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The attached photo essay from CLICK MAGAZINE consists of six black and white images illustrating the Nisei officers and GIs toiling under the merciless sun at Camp Shelby, Mississippi prior to being shipped out to Italy. The accompanying text nicely sums-up their devotion to the United States, declaring that for these Japanese-Americans, "democracy outweighs blood ties", yet says not a word about the internment camps.

Click here to read more articles about the Japanese-Americans who served in the U.S military during the Second Warld War.

Read the letters of American soldiers and Marines who recognized
the injustice that was done to the Japanese-Americans...

     



''Loyal Japanese Fight for the U.S.A.'' (Click Magazine, 1943)

''Loyal Japanese Fight for the U.S.A.'' (Click Magazine, 1943)

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