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In this letter, Yukio Mochizuki requests information about the forced removal of people of Japanese ancestry from Peru. He writes directly to Mr. James Bell, as he learned that Mr. Bell had investigated this event while working together with Mr. Raymond W. Ickes of the Justice Department. Mochizuki refers to an enclosed letter with questions pertaining to these events, however this letter is not included with this item. 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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