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Roy Nakawatase oral history interview, part 8 of 8, January 25, 2003
In this segment, Nawatase talks about his educational journey, what he studied, and the job positions he held. Education is very important to him, and he cannot stress that enough, especially with young minds. He also recalls how he met his wife and the things they enjoy doing together He later discusses his children as well. He conveys his reaction to 9/11 and he discusses the commonalities to his experiences in WWII, especially touching on the similarities in how Japanese Americans were treated after Pearl Harbor and Arab Americans after 9/11. Nawatase explains why he has agreed to the interview and his hopes for what his story can do to for today's generation and the future generations. The segment ends with question about a statement Roy made about the technology back in WWII in Japan in regards to coal operated cars.
Nakawatase, Roy: Narrator, Horsting, Robert: Interviewer, and Go For Broke National Education Center: Publisher, “Roy Nakawatase oral history interview, part 8 of 8, January 25, 2003,” Japanese American Military History Collective, accessed December 5, 2023, https://ndajams.omeka.net/items/show/446.