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Reinstitution of selective service
Citizens Committee of Topaz: publisher
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California State University, Dominguez Hills, Archives and Special Collections
CSU Japanese American Digitization Project
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Booklet titled: Reinstitution of selective service: summary of the policies of the selective service system, War Department, and W. R. A. which affect Nisei. Contents include: Americanism is a matter of the mind and heart; Statement of principles; Selective service training and service act of 1940 as amended; Selective service policy; Induction of United States citizens of Japanese ancestry; Classifications; Classification procedure; Preinduction physical examination; Appeals; Occupational deferments; Agricultural deferments; List of essential activities; Student deferments; Call for induction; Our fight for equal rights; War Department policy; Enlisted reserve corps; Camp Savage; Army specialized training program; Dependency benefits; Allotments of pay, U.S. Army pay; Women's Army Corps; Insurance benefits; Mothers of American Citizens of Japanese Descent request that civil rights be restored to their children; and The War Relocation Authority is firmly committed to the principle that American children should not be penalized for accidents of ancestry.
The Japanese American Archival Collection documents the people, places, and daily life of Japanese Americans, primarily those who lived in the once thriving community of pre-war Florin in the Sacramento region, as well as the conditions in American incarceration camps during World War II. The approximately 7,000 original items include personal and official letters, photographs, diaries, arts and crafts, newsletters, textiles, camps artifacts, yearbooks and other publications.
Reports; Essays
33 pages; 10.5 x 8 inches, typescript
World War II--Military service
Race and racism--Discrimination
World War II--Military service--Recruiting and enlisting
World War II--Military service--Military Intelligence Service
Delta, Utah
Incarceration Camps--Topaz (Central Utah)
California State University, Sacramento, Department of Special Collections and University Archives
California State University Japanese American Digitization Project
Japanese American Archival Collection

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