Women's Army Corps/Women's Army Auxiliary Corps

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Women's Army Corps/Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (154)

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Lawson I. Sakai Segment 8 (ddr-densho-1000-472-8)
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Volunteering for the army and going through basic training
Lawson I. Sakai Segment 18 (ddr-densho-1000-472-18)
vh Lawson I. Sakai Segment 18 (ddr-densho-1000-472-18)
Involvement in the campaign for the 442nd Regimental Combat Team to receive the Congressional Gold Medal
Tom Ikeda Interview Segment 5 (ddr-densho-1000-484-5)
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Hearing about uncle's death while serving in the military during World War II
Tom Ikeda Interview Segment 6 (ddr-densho-1000-484-6)
vh Tom Ikeda Interview Segment 6 (ddr-densho-1000-484-6)
Description of uncle and his 442nd Regimental Combat Team experience
Women's Army Corps (ddr-densho-114-174)
img Women's Army Corps (ddr-densho-114-174)
Nisei Women's Army Corps (WAC) detachment at Fort Snelling, Minnesota. During World War II and the postwar period more than 300 nisei women served in the WAC.
Letter from Guyo Tajiri to Clifford Uyeda (ddr-densho-338-178)
doc Letter from Guyo Tajiri to Clifford Uyeda (ddr-densho-338-178)
A letter where Guyo Tajiri tells Clifford Uyeda about the effort Larry and Ruth Hall made to have a memorial placed in Bruyeres to commemorate the 442nd Regimental Combat Team.
Correspondence and clippings regarding donation of an article (ddr-densho-338-136)
doc Correspondence and clippings regarding donation of an article (ddr-densho-338-136)
Correspondence between the National Japanese American Historical Society and Guyo Tajiri regarding her donation of a 1947 Pacific Citizen article titled: "A French Town Remembers Its Nisei Liberators."
T/Sgt. Tom Nagata (ddr-densho-338-195)
img T/Sgt. Tom Nagata (ddr-densho-338-195)
Caption on reverse: "T/SGT Tom Nagata / Pacific Citizen / Japanese-American Citizen's League / Salt Lake City, Utah."
Soldier portrait (ddr-densho-323-2)
img Soldier portrait (ddr-densho-323-2)
Portrait of Fred Shiosaki in uniform; a brief note for home is written on the back around Christmastime. Mr. Shiosaki was fighting in France at the time.
World War II veteran (ddr-densho-323-5)
img World War II veteran (ddr-densho-323-5)
Fred Shiosaki stands alone next to an old photo of himself during the war with fellow soldiers.
Soldier portrait (ddr-densho-323-1)
img Soldier portrait (ddr-densho-323-1)
Portrait of Fred Shiosaki in uniform; a brief note for home is written on the front to his parents, and the date is written on the back.
Letter to Yuri Domoto from Yoshito Shibata (ddr-densho-356-254)
doc Letter to Yuri Domoto from Yoshito Shibata (ddr-densho-356-254)
Letter to Yuriko Domoto Tsukada from Yoshito Shibata in which he details his thoughts and feelings about recent news of governmental attempts to bar Japanese Americans from returning to the West Coast and the recent rulings in EO9066 test cases. He then continues the letter by describing a recent carnival near the base and movies he …
Letter to Yuri Domoto from Yoshito Shibata (ddr-densho-356-251)
doc Letter to Yuri Domoto from Yoshito Shibata (ddr-densho-356-251)
Letter to Yuriko Domoto Tsukada from Yoshito Shibata in which he inquires about the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps being opening to Nisei and if Yuri or their mutual friend Tak were thinking about joining. Hints at his interesting work, but notes that he can not share it due to the censor.
Brother and sister (ddr-densho-348-7)
img Brother and sister (ddr-densho-348-7)
Imelda and Chuck Kinoshita in Minidoka concentration camp. Imelda had returned from the East Coast to attend their brother Francis "Bako" Kinoshita's funeral.
Four sisters (ddr-densho-348-8)
img Four sisters (ddr-densho-348-8)
Four sisters, Mary, Imelda, Mary Jane, and Irene who all returned to Minidoka concentration camp from the East Coast for their brother Francis "Bako" Kinoshita's funeral.
Fred Suyekichi and Akino Kinoshita receiving a flag (ddr-densho-348-12)
img Fred Suyekichi and Akino Kinoshita receiving a flag (ddr-densho-348-12)
Fred Suyekichi and Akino Kinoshita (center and left) receive a flag in honor of their son Staff Sergeant Francis "Bako" Kinoshita, killed in action in World War II, accompanied by a family friend (right).
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