doc Student essay "Eighteen Seventy Five" (ddr-densho-171-131)
Excerpt: "A low fast enemy plane swoops down upon the lone American outpost somwhere in the South Pacific, firing all six guns in unison."
doc Student essay: "War" (ddr-densho-171-162)
Excerpt: "The battle fields of every war are just a human slaughter house, where a person if he's lucky will come out alive..."
doc Student essay: "WAR!!!" (ddr-densho-171-118)
Excerpt: "War, the root of all evil has again descented upon humanity."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-176)
Excerpt: "I was a little girl in pigtails when I had my first experience with false fingernails."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-167)
Excerpt: "The house was surrounded by a deathly stillness that covered its two companions inside like a cloak."
doc Student essay: "War" (ddr-densho-171-99)
Excerpt: "War is hell! Innocent children, men and women are killed by bombs, billions of dollars are spent for ships, planes, and guns..."
doc Student essay: "What War Means to Me" (ddr-densho-171-120)
Excerpt: "To many people, it means fighting over the land for what we had thought we had won in 1918."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-159)
Excerpt: "The sudden return of the many students who were formerly attending N.Y.A. school settle throughout the country struck me rather strange."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-148)
Excerpt: "From the first time I knew what war was like, I hated it."
doc Student essay: "Serenade in Blue" (ddr-densho-171-93)
Excerpt: "Perspiring freely the young teacher at the map continued to explain the current topic."
doc Student essay: "How War Effects Man in theh fighting front" (ddr-densho-171-125)
Excerpt: "When many men go out to war and across the sea, at least nine out of ten may not come back."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-180)
Excerpt: "Yesterday after supper as my friend and I were talking on the way to class a dark peculiar form fell over us."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-128)
Excerpt: "Our country is now at war but not as wars of yesteryear, many modern and scientific device are in use."
doc Student essay: "Thoughts when 'War' is mentioned" (ddr-densho-171-174)
Excerpt: "War! War! The terrible reality on one peaceful Sunday."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-171)
Excerpt: "What is war? I can not fear or hate war, since I don't know anything about it."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-108)
Excerpt: "All the children in the class sing lustily and joyously, unconsciously showing their love of country in their well fed healthy bodies and alert minds."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-122)
Excerpt: "World War II has meant to me unjust evacuation of citizens of the United States to assembly centers very poorly and hastily constructed."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-175)
Excerpt: "The dismal wail on the train whislle and the constant roar of the rusty wheels underneath kept me from sleeping."
doc Student essay: "The Stepping Stones of Our Life" (ddr-densho-171-95)
Excerpt: "Many of us are dissatisifed with our life in this community, but we shouldn't be very dismayed."
doc Student essay: "To the Honored Dead" (ddr-densho-171-112)
Excerpt: "This is to the honored dead! This is to the unselfish ones who laid aside the flourishing pen and substituted for it a civilization with the hammer and saw..."
doc Student essay: "My Reactions About the War" (ddr-densho-171-101)
Excerpt: "I don't see why they keep referring to us American citizens as Japs while Germans and Italians are called Americans."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-143)
Excerpt: "As I was walking down the main street of Seattle, I saw a large crowd gathered on the corner."
doc Student essay: "Foreword" (ddr-densho-171-97)
Excerpt: "In this paragraph I put myself in the shoes of a loyal American Youth of Tomorrow."
doc Student essay: "War" (ddr-densho-171-166)
Excerpt: "Perhaps many of us partially realize what this simple noun 'War' actually means."