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In this letter, Mochizuki explains to Michi Weglyn how he decided to research the internment of Japanese Peruvians in the United States during World War II. He also briefly describes the ground work he had completed and informs Weglyn of his own background as an incarceree in the Puyallup Assembly Center and the Minidoka Relocation Center. Michi Weglyn's response letter is item: csudh_moc_0075. 2 pages, 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.
Education--Higher education 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 World War II--Incarceration camps World War II--Temporary Assembly Centers
Torrance, California Department of Justice Internment Camps--Crystal City Incarceration Camps--Minidoka Temporary Assembly Centers--Puyallup (Camp Harmony)
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