Japanese American Soldiers In The U.S. Army During World War II

They served with honor and valor

Japanese American Soldiers of World War II (Image is in public domain)

Soldiers were unjustly incarcerated before joining the U.S. Army

The first immigrants to arrive in the United States of America from Japan were mostly young men. They came to this “Land of Opportunity” to seek their riches. They were not from the upper classes in the cities…

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Floyd Mori

Floyd Mori

Floyd Mori, born in Utah, is a former College Teacher, Mayor, CA State Assemblyman, Consultant, and CEO for Nonprofits. www.thejapaneseamericanstory.com.

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