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Facing the Mountain

05/11/2021
Join Densho on May 11 for the official book launch of Facing the Mountain, a new book about WWII Japanese American incarceration and the 442nd RCT by Daniel James Brown, NY Times bestselling author of The Boys in the Boat.

Join the Go For Broke Stamp Nationwide Dedications – 3 June 2021

06/03/2021
The USPS has announced that the official release date of the Go For Broke Japanese American Soldiers of World War II Forever Stamp is Thursday, June 3rd, 2021.

Go For Broke Soldiers US Postage Stamp

01/04/2021
At long last, through the Ganbari of a dedicated group of volunteers and support of local, state, and national organizations and lawmakers, the US Postal Service is issuing a postage stamp honoring the Nisei Soldiers of World War II.  Read the amazing story of how, in these divisive times, the Nisei were again the catalyst that united Americans to achieve this noble goal. 

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Airport Exhibit

Honolulu Airport Nisei Veterans Exhibit

The exhibit is located at the International Terminal, within the Ewa Concourse. The freestanding display is comprised of four panels. The exhibit features the 100th-442nd-MIS on separate panels, with a brief history of each unit. In addition, each panel has a distinguished individual served in...

Address:

300 Rodgers Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96819

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NVLC Traveling Exhibit

April 23, 2017 -April 23, 2017

Unlikely Liberators at Schofield Barracks

Yano Library, Schofield Barracks Army Post, Wahiawa, Hawaii

 

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October 05, 2015 -October 24, 2015

Unlikely Liberators (Kahala Mall)

A photo exhibit curated by military historian, Eric Saul, documents the encounters between Nazi concentration camp prisoners and Nisei soldiers of the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion.

Address:

4211 Waialae Ave
Honolulu, HI 96816

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August 20, 2015 -September 06, 2015

Unlikely Liberators (Temple Emanu-El)

A photo exhibit curated by military historian, Eric Saul, documents the encounters between Nazi concentration camp prisoners and Nisei soldiers of the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion.

Address:

2550 Pali Highway
Honolulu, HI 96817

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