Alley Watada Interview Segment 10

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Hiring German POWs to work on family's farm

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May 15, 2008

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Alley Watada

Alley Watada Interview

01:02:39 — 15 segments

May 15, 2008

Denver, Colorado

Nisei male. Born July 20, 1930, in Plateville, Colorado. Grew up in Fort Lupton, Colorado, where parents ran a farm. Continued farming in Fort Lupton during World War II, employing German prisoners of war as well as Japanese Americans who had been in concentration camps. Attended Colorado State University and UC Davis, earning a PhD in Horticulture. Currently resides in Boulder, Colorado.

Richard Potashin, interviewer; Kirk Peterson, videographer

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