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Bulletin (Japanese American Citizens' League), no. 6, September 4, 1942
Japanese American Citizens' League: publisher
Date Created and/or Issued
Contributing Institution
California State University, Dominguez Hills, Archives and Special Collections
CSU Japanese American Digitization Project
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Bulletin No. 6, titled: Remember Pearl Harbor. Decrying misinformation accusing people of Japanese descent of sabotage during the attack on Pearl Harbor, the document seeks "to aid in combating the malicious stories which still persist concerning sabotage" there. The report includes numerous items from 1942, including newspaper and magazine articles, and columns from the Chicago Daily News, Pacific Citizen, and Christian Century; affidavits, statements, and reports from Fourth Interim Report of the House of Representatives Select Committee Investigating National Defense Migration (Tolan Committee), May, 1942; excerpts from Blake Clark's book 'Remember Pearl Harbor; and "stories of Japanese American heroism and sacrifice for the cause of the United States" on the day of the attack.
Many non-governmental groups sought redress for Japanese Americans incarcerated during World War II. This collection contains reports, correspondence, publicity, and other documents issued by the Committee on Resettlement of Japanese Americans, National Japanese American Student Relocation Council, Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play, YMCA, American Friends Service Committee, and Japanese American Citizens League. These groups sought to provide relief and support for incarcerated Japanese Americans.
18 pages, typescript
World War II--Japanese American Citizen League activities
World War II--Pearl Harbor and aftermath
World War II--Pearl Harbor and aftermath--'War Hysteria
Geographic communities--Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah
California State University, Northridge. University Library. Special Collections & Archives

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