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Nisei Veterans Memorial Service 2020

09/27/2020
The Nisei Veterans Legacy is proud to bring you a 30 minute video of the 15th Annual Nisei Veterans Memorial Service (formerly called the Joint Memorial Service).

Soldiering On

08/11/2020
The Honolulu Magazine featured the stories of 17 World War II Nisei Veterans in a December 2019 article called, “Soldiering On.”  Veterans from the 100th Infantry Battalion, 442nd Regimental Combat Team, and Military Intelligence Service shared th

Day of Affirmation

07/15/2020
On July 15, 1946, at 12 noon, the Nation paid tribute to the Nisei soldiers of the 100/442 Regimental Combat Team.  President Harry Truman, at a ceremony on the Ellipse, the south lawn of the White House, presented the Regiment with its seventh Presidential Unit Citation. He praised them for fighting and winning both the battle against the enemy in Europe and the battle at home against racial prejudice, urging them to keep up the fight for racial equality.

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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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