Some articles on japanese, americans, japanese american, japanese americans:
... to designate areas "from which any or all persons may be excluded." Under this order all Japanese and Americans of Japanese ancestry were removed from Western coastal regions to concentration camps in ... The first Japanese American Issei arrived in 1942, but were also transferred to other camps ... as the only internees there until February 1945, but then 650 more Japanese Americans were brought in, these being ones who had renounced their U.S ...
... The memorial consists of two Japanese cranes caught in barbed wire on top of a tall pedestal made of green Vermont marble ... The wall features inscriptions of the names of World War II battles that Japanese Americans fought in, as well as the names of the ten internment camps where ... There are also two panels that feature the names of Japanese Americans who died fighting in World War II and inscribed writings by Japanese American writers such as Bill Hosokawa ...
... The family lived in Seattle in 1941, just before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor ... his wife, and the couple's infant son were among 120,000 Japanese Americans on the West Coast who were sent to Japanese internment camps during World War II ... spent interned with fellow second-generation Japanese Americans, who were known as Nisei, and their children, such as his son, who were known as Sansei ...
... Japanese American internment was the relocation and internment by the United States government in 1942 of about 110,000 Japanese Americans and Japanese who lived along the Pacific coast of the United ... The internment of Japanese Americans was applied unequally throughout the United States ... United States were interned, while in Hawaii, where the 150,000-plus Japanese Americans composed over one-third of the population, an estimated 1,200 to 1,800 were interned ...
... he received his first Academy Award nomination for Unfinished Business, about three Nisei Japanese Americans who challenged the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II in ... Subject for Days of Waiting, about Estelle Ishigo, a Caucasian artist who went with her Japanese American husband to a World War II internment camp for Japanese Americans ...
Famous quotes containing the words americans and/or japanese:
“Americans are very friendly and very suspicious, that is
what Americans are and that is what always upsets the
foreigner, who deals with them, they are so friendly
how can they be so suspicious and they are so
suspicious how can they be so friendly but they just
are and that certainly has something to do with their
having tucked their capital, their capitals away.”
—Gertrude Stein (18741946)
“In fact, the whole of Japan is a pure invention. There is no such country, there are no such people.... The Japanese people are ... simply a mode of style, an exquisite fancy of art.”
—Oscar Wilde (18541900)