100th Infantry Battalion

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100th Infantry Battalion (468)

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100th Infantry Battalion, Mark W. Clark, Delos Emmons, Sadao Munemori, Rescue of the Lost Battalion

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Nisei soldiers escorting captured Germans (ddr-densho-37-21)
img Nisei soldiers escorting captured Germans (ddr-densho-37-21)
Original caption: "German storm troopers surrender to rifleman of the 100th Infantry Battalion (Americans of Japanese ancestry), after a short but rather sharp exchange of fire. Fifth Army, Orciano area, Italy, July 15, 1944. According to Rudy Tokiwa, the soldier shown on the extreme right, the WRA caption is inaccurate. The captured Germans were not storm …
Japanese American pointing at Honor Roll sign (ddr-densho-37-748)
img Japanese American pointing at Honor Roll sign (ddr-densho-37-748)
Original WRA caption: Fumi Onodera, 20, proudly points at the names of her 3 brothers, Kid, 26; Kaun, 24; and Satoru, 22, on the Honor Roll of Japanese-Americans serving in the U. S. Army from the Minidoka Relocation Center, Hunt, Idaho. The 3 brothers are training in a combat team at Camp Shelby, Mississippi with other …
Nisei soldiers (ddr-densho-37-339)
img Nisei soldiers (ddr-densho-37-339)
Original caption: The standards of Company A, B, C, and D of the 100th Infantry Battalion, 442nd Regiment, 34th Division, composed of Americans of Japanese descent, are topped with flying battle streamers, awarded through a presidential citation, tied on by Lt. Gen. Mark W. Clark, CG, U.S. Fifth Army. Rosignano Area, Italy, 7/27/44.
Nisei soldier (ddr-densho-37-28)
img Nisei soldier (ddr-densho-37-28)
Original caption: Pfc. Arthur Shinyama sprays a stream of machine gun fire from a thicket somewhere in Italy. Nazi prisoners taken by these troops could not believe their eyes.
Relocation problems and policies (ddr-densho-381-24)
doc Relocation problems and policies (ddr-densho-381-24)
An address delivered by War Relocation Authority Director, Dillon S. Myer, to the Tuesday Evening Club. Myer discusses a variety of topics, including the creation of the War Relocation Authority, managing the camps, and plans for relocation.
11th Triennial Nisei Veterans Reunion Maui News supplement (ddr-densho-390-139)
doc 11th Triennial Nisei Veterans Reunion Maui News supplement (ddr-densho-390-139)
Articles on the 11th Nisei Veterans Reunion held in Maui, with a list of participants. Walter Matsuoka is listed on page 24 with the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Letter to Takeko Miyagi from Bill Miyagi (ddr-densho-416-16)
doc Letter to Takeko Miyagi from Bill Miyagi (ddr-densho-416-16)
Letter to Takeko Miyagi from her older brother William "Bill" Miyagi. Bill writes about his military service in Italy and Austria, and his one-day trip to Milan. He also writes about hearing that Hachi Izumi has arrived overseas, but has not seen him yet.
Letter to Takeko Miyagi from Bill Miyagi (ddr-densho-416-17)
doc Letter to Takeko Miyagi from Bill Miyagi (ddr-densho-416-17)
Letter to Takeko Miyagi from her older brother William "Bill" Miyagi. Bill writes his military service hoping to avoid combat. He also talks about the improvement in his food since coming overseas as he as access to fresh food. He tells that his mail is slowly catching up to him, he is receiving items addressed from …
Letter from Clarence, James Kado's son,  to James Kado (ddr-densho-122-515)
doc Letter from Clarence, James Kado's son, to James Kado (ddr-densho-122-515)
Copy of letter including sketch of Heart Mountain, personal information redacted.
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