Supplemental affidavit to be submitted with applications of Japanese "renunciants"

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ddr-csujad-24-86 (CSUJAD Local ID: chi_07_003, CSUJAD Project ID: ucsb_chi_0081)

UC Santa Barbara Frank Chin Papers

An affidavit prepared by Jitsushige Tsuha (Reverend Kenjitsu Jitsushige Tsuha) for the Immigration and Naturalization Service requesting that his citizenship and accompanying civil rights be restored. In these documents Tsuha argues that he was forced at gunpoint to sign forms renouncing his citizenship at the Tule Lake incarceration camp and did not realize what he was signing. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: chi_07_003




Department of Special Research Collections, UC Santa Barbara Library

Frank Chin Papers, Special Research Collections, UC Santa Barbara Library, California State University, Santa Barbara

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