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Ethel Uchida describes her living conditions in Japan and her work as a pictorial censor with Japanese nationals. She also describes getting married and starting a family while still in Japan.

Ethel Uchida describes her childhood and memories of her family including the values her father instilled in her. She also describes her childhood wish to study in Japan and her subsequent employment there during the occupation.

Toke Yonekawa describes his experiences during the American occupation of Japan after the end of World War II. He works as a translator and interpreter in the Military Intelligence Service (MIS) with General Douglas MacArthur in the Dai-Ichi…

Toke Yonekawa works in the Dai-Ishi Building during the Allied Occupation of Japan with General Douglas MacArthur as a translator and interpreter. After his military service, he returns to his family in Minnesota and works as a chef.

Copies of three photographs on a page depicting a parade in Tokyo, including female military personnel.

Peter Nakahara speaks of returning to Japan after the war and seeing the aftermath of the atomic bombs. He catalogs his efforts to aid the victims in Japan and how he and his church brought medical care to "Maidens of Hiroshima" both in Japan and in…
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