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Meticulously researched and beautifully written, the true story of a Japanese American family that found itself on opposite sides during World War II—an epic tale of family, separation, divided loyalties, love, reconciliation, loss, and redemption—this is a riveting chronicle of U.S.–Japan relations and the Japanese experience in America/5(4). Ruby Bridges had attended an all-black school for kindergarten, but as the next school year began, New Orleans' all-white schools were required to enroll black students. Ruby was one of six black girls in kindergarten who were chosen to be the first such students. The heroic exploits of the Japanese American nd Regimental Combat Team became widely known and heralded. Tens of thousands of Asian Americans of all ancestries enlisted to serve their country, enough to support military units for Chinese, Filipino and Korean Americans as well as the Filipinos who were recruited to fight against the Japanese. Airmen and the Headhunters If you've watched LOST, then you know that the last place you want your plane to crash is over a remote Pacific island peopled by hostile natives. Well, that's exactly what happened to a crew of American Airmen when their B took a hit during a bombing run on a flotilla of Japanese Navy ships.4/5.
—The New York Times Book Review “Gripping and inspiring, The Soul of America is Jon Meacham’s declaration of his faith in America Meacham, by chronicling the nation’s struggles from revolutionary times to current day, makes the resonant argument that America has faced division before—and not only survived it but thrivedBrand: Random House Publishing Group. As a leading dissident in the World War II concentration camps for Japanese Americans, the controversial figure Joseph Yoshisuke Kurihara stands out as an icon of Japanese American resistance. In emotional, often inflammatory speeches, Kurihara attacked the U.S. government for its treatment of innocent citizens and immigrants/5. Father Kleinsorge, a German priest, leads a life of selflessness both before and after the bombing. After the bombing he contends with the effects of that illness for the remainder of his life but he struggles on, often sacrificing his own health to help others. Heroic Struggles of Japanese Americans: Partisan Fighters from America's Concentration Camps. Los Angeles: Privately printed, Tamura, Eileen H. In Defense of Justice: Joseph Kurihara and the Japanese American Struggle for Equality. Urbana: University of Illinois Press,