doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-163)
Excerpt: "The family is enjoying a quiet afternoon at home. In one corner Jimmy is playing with the neighbors child, Billy."
doc Student essay: "Could Be...?" (ddr-densho-171-117)
Excerpt: "Why, what has become of the Niseis? I can't seem to find them in there usual 'Little Tokyos.'"
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-157)
Excerpt: "There has been considerable amount of rumors going around, and most people believe in them."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-155)
Excerpt: "If you work in the mess hall, you know how peole eat this food."
doc Student essay: "Reflextion" (ddr-densho-171-133)
Excerpt: "Almost midnight now, the party had been going full blast for the last two hours."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-106)
Excerpt: "War seems to be a mass destruction of mankind."
doc Student essay: "War" (ddr-densho-171-121)
Excerpt: "As civilizations have progressed, wars have become more and more destructive."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-151)
Excerpt: "This Idaho weather is enough to drive any Seattleite, Californian, Oregonian buggy."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-168)
Excerpt: "Some people think that war is just to have power over all nations and kill and make destruction as others."
doc Student essay: "Dust storms" (ddr-densho-171-154)
Excerpt: "What a nice day when all of a sudden, a dust blows right into you."
doc Student essay: "Is it fair to the fighting men?" (ddr-densho-171-109)
Excerpt: "Is it fair to the soldiers, sailors, and marines, who fight in blizzards, snow, hot deserts, and mud up to their knees; when miners, factory workers..."
doc Student essay: "Mom's Best Friend" (ddr-densho-171-160)
Excerpt: "A dog, a single species of animal have come to be man's best friend."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-126)
Excerpt: "Wish this evacuation business has separated me from my friends."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-94)
Excerpt: "Take this quotation to your hearts not merely as words of a man fighting for a most highly and dearly cherished possession, his American citizenship..."
doc Student essay: "WAR" (ddr-densho-171-172)
Excerpt: "War would have a different meaning to everyone."
doc Student essay: "What I think of War" (ddr-densho-171-110)
Excerpt: "I don't think there is any future in having wars."
doc Student essay: "Freedom" (ddr-densho-171-132)
Excerpt: "Within the waters of the seven seas and on many distant land wanders forever the souls of brave men."
doc Text of high school speech (ddr-densho-171-129)
Excerpt: "Many people will say that the solutions that we have discussed are idealogical, that they are impractical, and that they are hopeless."
doc Student essay: "War" (ddr-densho-171-181)
Excerpt: "While I scanned through the dictionary my eyes lighted on the word 'war.'"
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-111)
Excerpt: "A bugle call fades away softly. Memorial Day -- U.S.A."
doc Student essay "Teachers Can Take It!" (ddr-densho-171-182)
Excerpt: "The noisy classroom is full of confusion and bitter remarks accented by unfavorable adjectives are heard: It's report card day!"
doc Student essay: "My Opinions about War" (ddr-densho-171-96)
Excerpt: "Although wars are very destructive, I think that it has some good aspects about it."
doc Student essay: "Hope" (ddr-densho-171-119)
Excerpt: "No matter how we go against the evil spirit of war, sooner or latter tangle in its 'web of death.'"
doc Student essay: "Wounded" (ddr-densho-171-137)
Excerpt: "It is spring and you are walking down the road. As you look around admiring the scenery you suddenly see a young man in crutches."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-107)
Excerpt: "I think that war isi the most useless way to settle problems among nations, but as long as there are people on this world there will be war."