Japanese American Internment teaches students about Executive Order the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. Activity compares the experiences of Japanese Americans with the Bill of rights.
Medal of Honor recipient William Nakamura, PFC, USA Twice on July Nakamura singlehandedly attacked German machine gunners in Italy so his platoon could be freed from pinned-down positions. During his second effort, Nakamura was killed.
Most decorated regiment in The War. Japanese-American infantrymen of the Regimental Combat The unit was composed of nisei soldiers and white officers. Their motto was “go for broke.” They fought two wars: the Germans in Europe and prejudice in America.
Anti-Japanese demonstration in the Lots of suspicion and hate was thrown at the Canadian Japanese community because Japan was the enemy in This led to deportations and the Internment of the Japanese for the duration of the war.
Taniguchi visits his wife and daughter at the Minidoka Relocation Center before returning to his unit in the Pacific. Taniguchi volunteered for the Army in 1942 when he and his family were at Tule Lake before it became a segregation center.
From Wrong To Right: A U.S. Apology For Japanese Internment