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Nisei soldier wearing a Japanese military uniform (ddr-densho-179-98)
img Nisei soldier wearing a Japanese military uniform (ddr-densho-179-98)
Sgt. Akira Nakamura wearing the uniform of a Japanese soldier with rifle.
Nisei soldiers (ddr-densho-179-118)
img Nisei soldiers (ddr-densho-179-118)
Sgt. Tomitsu Matsumoto, Sgt. Warren Sakuma, Sgt. Robert Oda, Sgt. Akira Nakamura.
Nisei soldier wearing a Japanese military uniform (ddr-densho-179-99)
img Nisei soldier wearing a Japanese military uniform (ddr-densho-179-99)
Sgt. Akira Nakamura wearing the uniform of a Japanese soldier with rifle.
U.S. soldiers (ddr-densho-179-154)
img U.S. soldiers (ddr-densho-179-154)
Chow line. T/4 Tomotsu Nagao, T/4 Robert Oda, T/4 Akira Nakamura.
Okinawan burial tomb (ddr-densho-179-42)
img Okinawan burial tomb (ddr-densho-179-42)
Sgt. Bob Oda and Sgt. Akira Nakamura spent one night in this family burial tomb during Oct. 9, 1945 Okinawa typhoon.
Peace treaty signing (ddr-densho-179-163)
img Peace treaty signing (ddr-densho-179-163)
Left to right: T/3 Tamotsu Matsumoto, T/Sgt. Warren S. Sakuma "Pop", T/3 Robert Oda, T/3 Akira Nakamura.
Nisei soldiers (ddr-densho-179-123)
img Nisei soldiers (ddr-densho-179-123)
T/3 Akira Nakamura, 1st Lt. John Flagler, T/3 Shigeru Sato, T/3 Frank Mizuno, T/3 Harry Okano, T/3 Robert Oda.
Robert A. Nakamura Interview (ddr-densho-1003-4)
vh Robert A. Nakamura Interview (ddr-densho-1003-4)
Nisei/Sansei male. Born July 5, 1936, in Venice, California. During World War II, removed to the Manzanar concentration camp, California. After leaving camp, lived for a time in Denver before returning to Los Angeles. After the war, became a pioneering filmmaker. Founder of Visual Communications, the oldest community-based media arts center in the United States. Along …
Akira Nakamura Family Collection (ddr-densho-179)
Collection Akira Nakamura Family Collection (ddr-densho-179)
This collection contains photographs and documents belonging to Mr. Akira Nakamura, who served in the U.S. Military Intelligence Service during World War II. In 1945, he was selected to serve in Okinawa interrogating Japanese prisoners of war. The collection includes photographs of Okinawan civilians and U.S. soldiers. Also included are drawings and calligraphy given to Mr. …
Memorial service for fallen soldiers (ddr-fom-1-468)
img Memorial service for fallen soldiers (ddr-fom-1-468)
The soldiers honored during this service were: Pfc. Akira Kanzaki, Pvt. Yohei Sagami, Pfc. Yoshito Noritake, Pfc. Hideo Yasui, Pfc. Yoshio Kato, Cpl. Jimmy T. Kokubu, Sgt. Ban Ninomiya, Pvt. Shin Sato, Pfc. George S. Miyaoka, Sgt. Ned T. Nakamura.
Memorial service for fallen soldiers (ddr-fom-1-467)
img Memorial service for fallen soldiers (ddr-fom-1-467)
The soldiers honored during this service were: Pfc. Akira Kanzaki, Pvt. Yohei Sagami, Pfc. Yoshito Noritake, Pfc. Hideo Yasui, Pfc. Yoshio Kato, Cpl. Jimmy T. Kokubu, Sgt. Ban Ninomiya, Pvt. Shin Sato, Pfc. George S. Miyaoka, Sgt. Ned T. Nakamura.
U.S. soldiers (ddr-densho-179-119)
img U.S. soldiers (ddr-densho-179-119)
T/4 Stanley Ito, Sgt. Warren Sakuma, 1st Lt. John Flagler, 1st Lt. Lawrence Boggs, Sgt. Shigeru Sato, T/3 Harry Okano, T/4 Frank Mizuno, T/3 Osami Yamamoto, Sgt. Tom Matsumoto, Sgt. Bob Oda, 1st Lt. John Flagler, Sgt. Tomotsu Nagao, Sgt. Akira Nakamura.
Robert A. Nakamura Interview Segment 27 (ddr-densho-1003-4-27)
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Moving to San Diego to teach, making next film Hito Hata

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Robert A. Nakamura Interview Segment 2 (ddr-densho-1003-4-2)
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Mother's family background

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Robert A. Nakamura Interview Segment 13 (ddr-densho-1003-4-13)
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Becoming interested in journalism

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Robert A. Nakamura Interview Segment 35 (ddr-densho-1003-4-35)
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Discussion of highlights of film career

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Robert A. Nakamura Interview Segment 19 (ddr-densho-1003-4-19)
vh Robert A. Nakamura Interview Segment 19 (ddr-densho-1003-4-19)
Encountering the magazine Gidra and getting involved in the Asian American movement

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Robert A. Nakamura Interview Segment 34 (ddr-densho-1003-4-34)
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Deciding to make a film on Toyo Miyatake

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