doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-144)
Excerpt: "'I helped to win that World War II!'" No, I wasn't in the Army Air Corps, or the Navy, or even the Army; I stayed in the home front and did my part there."
doc Student essay: "The Future" (ddr-densho-171-116)
Excerpt: "I dream often of being a man married with a important job in a big concern."
doc Student essay: "Mission accomplished" (ddr-densho-171-146)
Excerpt: "'Well boys we're allmost home,' say the pilot to his crew."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-139)
Excerpt: "If you have had a person dear to you pass away, you have felt the lonely, lost, and chilling feeling when you are all left along."
doc Student essay: "War" (ddr-densho-171-115)
Excerpt: "To my opinion, if the argument between two countries gets beyond the point of just debating, war is the only way out."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-173)
Excerpt: "Mother nature has taken her own course again and we are having rain for too many days."
doc Student essay: "War" (ddr-densho-171-124)
Excerpt: "War! It is just a 3-letter word, but what a lot of sorrow and bloodshed a little word like that can hold."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-178)
Excerpt: "He sits there on the gayly colored cusion, as I try vigorously to concentrate on my homework."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-103)
Excerpt: "During these days of crisis Japanese American Citizens are put into a Concentration Camp as some call it..."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-104)
Excerpt: "A painful memory lingers in the heart of many Niseis -- a memory of those dark somber days of 1941, after the unexpected attack on Pearl Harbor."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-164)
Excerpt: "War to me is just misery and, an entire change of life for almost everybody."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-127)
Excerpt: "War, as everyone else says, is 'HELL.'" I wouldn't know what it is, for I have never experienced the horrors of it."
doc Student essay: "The Nisei Problem" (ddr-densho-171-152)
Excerpt: "After being put into camp, the Niseis are becomong soft and lazy."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-161)
Excerpt: "Though war is very distruct, we it is necessary."
doc Student essay: "Our Farm" (ddr-densho-171-165)
Excerpt: "I sometimes wondered how our farm could be irrigated, and how people could pull all the sagebrush which occupied our now called farm."
doc Student essay: "We Must Win!" (ddr-densho-171-138)
Excerpt: "It was a bright, sunny morning and I turned toward the hill and graduatlly sought my way to the top."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-145)
Excerpt: "As the first streak of dawn tinted the horizon, the unwelcomed sound of an alarm was heard."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-150)
Excerpt: "We have all experienced something that we have never thought of experiencing before."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-153)
Excerpt:" As I was sitting at home last night thinking for a inspiration, I noticed next door a little boy, about the age of four climbing up and rolling down the sofa valiantly trying to irritate his mother since she could not receive his attention."
doc Student essay: "What War Means to Me" (ddr-densho-171-123)
Excerpt: "War means to me a futile destruction to mankind."
doc Student essay: "Foolishness of War" (ddr-densho-171-102)
Excerpt: "I always thought, and I always will think, that war is a foolish, unnecessary thing."
doc Student essay: "Strike --- Strike --- Strike --- reading" (ddr-densho-171-141)
Excerpt: "the latest edition of your newspaper in Headlines or sub topics -- Radio -- news, like these"
doc Student essay: "War" (ddr-densho-171-98)
Excerpt: "War is hatred between nations and nationality, which can be prevented through Christian ideals and humility."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-158)
Excerpt: "As the silhouette of summer slowly desends upon Minidoka, the fragrant smell of garlic blooms and the sewage plant drifts about with the playful breezes."
doc Student essay (ddr-densho-171-149)
Excerpt: "Being in a camp like this sure makes me dream of the past."