No Sword to Bury: Japanese Americans in Hawai'i During World War II

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When bombs rained down on Pearl Harbor in 1941, Japanese American college students were among the many young men enrolled in ROTC and immediately called upon to defend the Hawaiian islands against invasion. In a few weeks, however, the military government questioned their loyalty and disarmed them. In "No Sword to Bury," Franklin Odo places the largely untold story of the wartime experience of these young men in the context of the community created by their immigrant families and its relationship to the larger, white ...

No Sword to Bury: Japanese Americans in Hawai'i During World War II 2004, Temple University Press, Philadelphia PA

ISBN-13: 9781592132706

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No Sword to Bury: Japanese Americans in Hawai'i During World War II 2003, Temple University Press, Philadelphia, PA

ISBN-13: 9781592132072

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