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This single page appears to have originally belonged to a longer essay about Mr. [Manuel E.] Ikari, a Peruvian citizen who was denied the right to return to Peru, at which point he became a Japanese citizen. The essay was written by Yukio Mochizuki who interviewed this man about his life and experiences. The rest of the essay is not included. 1 page, typescript Collection of notes, articles, correspondence, photographs, and term papers collected by Yukio Mochizuki, a student at CSU Dominguez Hills, while researching Japanese American incarceration and Japanese Peruvian internment during World War II.
Geographic communities--California--Los Angeles Japanese Latin Americans--Deportation and internment during World War II Japanese Peruvians Japanese Peruvians--Deportation and internment during World War II
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