Women's Army Corps/Women's Army Auxiliary Corps

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Women's Army Corps/Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (143)

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Soldier holding his Coca Cola ration (ddr-densho-22-22)
img Soldier holding his Coca Cola ration (ddr-densho-22-22)
Caption in album: "This is the first Coca Cola ration we had shortly after the war."
Mitsugi Kudo (ddr-densho-22-161)
img Mitsugi Kudo (ddr-densho-22-161)
Caption on reverse: "Mitsugi Kudo / Mar. '43."
Group photograph of soldiers (ddr-densho-22-162)
img Group photograph of soldiers (ddr-densho-22-162)
Caption on reverse: "Front l to r: Tango Fujimoto, Tsutoru Shigeta, George Maeda, Kenichiro Sekiguchi, Sam Takamura, Satoru Sunamoto / 2nd l to r: Yasuhiro Fujita, Goro Igarashi, Yutaka Nakhata, Hisashi Kubota, Shoji Takimoto, Hironobu Hino / Standing l to r: Ben Pai, Teiichiro Hirata, Tsugio Aoyama, Tadayuki Ishizaki, Benji Shiroyama, Herbert Yanamura, Kazuo Kamoto."
Military portrait of Kenji Ego (ddr-densho-22-184)
img Military portrait of Kenji Ego (ddr-densho-22-184)
Caption on reverse: "5/25/43 / To Mother / Soldier Son, / Ken."
Guards on outpost (ddr-densho-22-73)
img Guards on outpost (ddr-densho-22-73)
Caption in album: "Here is T/5 Jim Umamoto on outpost."
Terry Aratani  -  Fred Matsumura  -  Kenneth Okuma  -  Henry Bruno Yamada Interview (ddr-densho-1000-3)
vh Terry Aratani - Fred Matsumura - Kenneth Okuma - Henry Bruno Yamada Interview (ddr-densho-1000-3)
This interview centers on these individuals' military service during WWII as members of I Company, part of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, an all-Japanese American fighting unit and one of the most highly decorated military units in U.S. history. During this interview they discuss their experiences training at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, and fighting in Europe during ...
442nd soldiers cooking C rations (ddr-densho-22-31)
img 442nd soldiers cooking C rations (ddr-densho-22-31)
Caption in album: "At times chow wasn't so good as we got our share of 'C' rations most often. Breakfast, dinner, supper day after day. But when you work hard you get hungry and when you are hungry you can eat anything. Here we heat up a C ration in our mess gear. On the rear ...
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