Daniel Inouye oral history interview, part 2 of 3, August 14, 2000

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Senator Daniel Inouye describes the effects of the proclamation of martial law in Hawaii including censorship, removal of Japanese cultural presence, and selective incarceration of Japanese Americans. He also talks about the differences between Japanese American soldiers from the Mainland and Japanese American soldiers from Hawaii and the resulting conflicts arising from these differences. The Hawaiian soldiers gain new perspectives from visiting an incarceration camp in Arkansas. He describes being in combat and being wounded which results in blood transfusions from African American soldiers.

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00:22:45

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2000OH0137_02_Inouye

Citation

Inouye, Daniel: narrator, Sato, Christine: interviewer, and Go For Broke National Education Center: publisher, “Daniel Inouye oral history interview, part 2 of 3, August 14, 2000,” Japanese American Military History Collective, accessed April 20, 2024, https://ndajams.omeka.net/items/show/1049669.