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Civilian internment camp (ddr-densho-179-148)
img Civilian internment camp (ddr-densho-179-148)
A kitchen in Taira civilian internment camp. The woman on the right is from Naha City, Okinawa. Behind her is Sgt. Harry Okano.
Representatives at a negotiation session (ddr-densho-179-86)
img Representatives at a negotiation session (ddr-densho-179-86)
Representatives making preliminary negotiations for the surrender of the Ryukyus Islands to the Commanding General of the Tenth Army. Civilian Interpreter Weri Takemura who once lived in Chicago,and Major General Toshiro Taga who represented Lieutenant General Toshiro Nomi, Japanese Commander of Sakishima. Photographer: Lieutenant Stauch.
Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-210)
doc Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-210)
Given to a Nisei soldier with the U.S. Military Intelligence Service who was interrogating Japanese prisoners in Okinawa.
Damaged army ships (ddr-densho-179-49)
img Damaged army ships (ddr-densho-179-49)
Damaged army ships in Naha Harbor beached and submerged by the typhoon that struck Okinawa on October 9, 1945.
Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-199)
doc Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-199)
Given to a Nisei soldier with the U.S. Military Intelligence Service who was interrogating Japanese prisoners in Okinawa.
Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-211)
doc Drawing done by a Japanese prisoner of war (ddr-densho-179-211)
Given to a Nisei soldier with the U.S. Military Intelligence Service who was interrogating Japanese prisoners in Okinawa.
Sleeping quarter tents damaged by typhoon (ddr-densho-179-47)
img Sleeping quarter tents damaged by typhoon (ddr-densho-179-47)
U.S. troop tents damaged by a typhoon that hit Okinawa on October 9, 1945.
Maurice H. Yamasato Interview (ddr-densho-1000-396)
vh Maurice H. Yamasato Interview (ddr-densho-1000-396)
Nisei male. Born June 2, 1942, in Lima, Peru. Parents had originally immigrated to Peru from Okinawa, Japan. During World War II, removed with family to Crystal City internment camp, Texas. After leaving Crystal City, moved to Kauai, Hawaii. Established a successful career as an architect.

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