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Japanese American Soldiers In WWII Fought The Axis Abroad And Racism At Home

“Imagine the government forcing you from your home, being imprisoned in a detention camp under armed guards and behind barbed wire—and then being required to join the military to fight for the nation that had locked up you and your family,” Susan H. Kamei writes. “That’s what happened in a little-known chapter of U.S. history, in which many of those men went on to become American military heroes, some making the ultimate sacrifice.”

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