Join Densho for an inspiring evening of community, remembrance and solidarity! The Densho Dinner @ Home online event will be held on Saturday, October 24 at 5pm PDT. Registration is free — more details at: bit.ly/DenshoDinner2020

The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 21 No. 16 (October 20, 1945)

Free to use This object is offered under a Creative Commons license. You are free to use it for any non-commercial purpose as long as you properly cite it, and if you share what you have created.

Learn more...

The Pacific Citizen
Visit partner

ddr-pc-17-42 (PCN_19451020)

Pacific Citizen 1945 Collection

Selected article titles: "U.S. Army Reveals Work of Nisei in Pacific. Japanese Americans in ATIS Provided U.S. With Human 'Secret Weapon' During War" (p. 1), "Federal War Agencies Modify Remove Special Restrictions Against Japanese Americans" (p. 1), "Police Kept Close Watch on Nisei Caught by War in Japan" (p. 1), " Tule Lake Group Will Initiate Legal Action to Regain Citizen Rights Lost by Renunciation. Claim Terror Campaign Forced Segregees to Renounces Rights" (p. 2), "JACL Officer Reports Some Evacuees Stranded on Return" (p. 2), Minidoka Camp Will Be Closed Before Deadline. Last Evacuee Group Will Leave Hunt on Oct. 23 for Coast" (p. 3), "No Plans Made as Yet By Navy To Return Repatriates at Tule" (p. 3), "No Hawaii-Educated Japanese Used in Pearl Harbor Attack, Declare Japan Navy Officials" (p. 3).

October 20, 1945

Periodicals

Document

Pacific Citizen

Courtesy of the Pacific Citizen

API