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Americans of Japanese descent of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, 100th Infantry Battalion, in bivouac prepare to go into front lines for their first contact with Germans in France. Staff Sergeant James S. Kawashime stands guard. (12 October 1944)

Japanese American Soldier in Chambois Sector, France, 1944 by Unknown Artist

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The Regimental Combat Team was an infantry regiment in the United States Army comprised of Americans of Japanese ancestry. The fought in Italy.

An American boy hugging his Japanese friend just before the attack on pearl harbour. This reminds me of the Billy Bragg song "everywhere" <3

A Japanese-American boy gets a hug from his pal during lunchtime at a Public School in CA, April soon after, Japanese children and parents were evacuated during World War II to War Relocation Authority centers.

Soldiers love goats too.

April 1945 - American Marines pause in the fight for control of Okinawa to give their mascot, a baby goat, some water. Photo: J.

Brian Merrick in tin helmet and gas mask of the 109th Infantry The American Expeditionary Forces alias the AEF [a realistic  enhanced reenactment photo!] Photo by Rob Gibson, Gibson's Photographic Gallery, Gettysburg Pa. doughboy gas WW1

Brian Merrick in tin helmet and gas mask of the Infantry The American Expeditionary Forces alias the AEF [a realistic enhanced reenactment photo!] Photo by Rob Gibson, Gibson's Photographic Gallery, Gettysburg Pa.

Company "F", 2nd Battalion, 442nd Regiment (Combat Team) moves into a new command post 13 November 1944

Company "F", Battalion, Regiment (Combat Team) moves into a new command post 13 November 1944

Photograph of a Nisei soldier of Company B, 100th Infantry Battalion. This photograph was taken during the campaign for the rescue of the Lo...

Photograph of a Nisei soldier of Company B, Infantry Battalion.

Japanese interment camps. New arrivals waiting to be vaccinated.

Japanese Internment Camps Conditions Ourstory : activities : life in a wwii japanese-american .

My dad showing off to his friends at Camp Shelby in Hattiesburg, Mississippi

My dad showing off to his friends at Camp Shelby in Hattiesburg, Mississippi

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