Japanese American Soldiers in WWII

Monday, June 26, 2006

Over 100,000 Japanese Americans were forced into detention camps after the attack on Pearl Harbor. In Just Americans, Robert Asahina tells the story of the thousands of young men who left those camps to become heroes in the US military.

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