Mary Tipton oral history interview and transcript
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Interracial marriage; Canadian Americans; Japanese Americans; Japanese Canadians; Texas; More... Japanese community; Canadian identity; Education; Japanese nationalism in WWII; Hiroshima; Nagasaki; Atom bomb; Culture shock; Miyazaki City; Japanese military; Japanese identity; Discrimination; Race relations; Segregation; Japanese American Citizens League (JACL); Internment camps; 442nd Infantry Regiment; Congressional Gold Medal Less...
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