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Photo of June Arakawa prays at the grave of her sister Nancy Masako Arakaki.

Pearl Harbor 75th Anniversary – Pearl Harbor Civilian Casualties

Many Were Victims of “Friendly Fire” Allan Beekman Special to The Hawai‘i Herald (Reprinted from Dec. 6, 1991) A disproportionate number of the civilian casualties of the Pearl Harbor attack were Nikkei, with some of the most striking casualties...

A Pilgrimage Honoring the 100th Infantry Battalion

Janice Sakoda Special to The Hawai‘i Herald Mid-May of 1944 was a pivotal period in the history of the 100th Infantry Battalion, highlighted by the Allied effort to wrest the 1,700-foot high Benedictine monastery called Monte...

Wednesday bullets

Despite high levels of smoking, Japanese hearts are staying healthy thanks to fish. Former internees in San Jose preserve their history through oral histories. "Big Dreams, Little Tokyo," a movie about a Japanese American sumo wrestler,...

Gen. Vincent Brooks: “…Never Had More Gallant Soldiers, Ever…

Editor’s note: With Memorial Day just days away and departed loved ones in our thoughts, it is fitting that we share with you Gen. Vincent K. Brooks’ keynote address to the 442nd Veterans Club...

Hawai‘i CGM Celebration

Editor’s note: This story ran in our recent Congressional Gold Medal of Honor issue, which recognizes the 100th Infantry Battalion, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team and the Military Intelligence Service. Due to popular demand,...

America’s Congressional Gold Medal Heroes

Editor’s note: This story ran in our recent Congressional Gold Medal of Honor issue, which recognizes the 100th Infantry Battalion, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team and the Military Intelligence Service. Due to popular demand,...

Lt. Gen. Francis Wiercinski: “Thank You, Nisei Veterans”

Editor's note: This story ran in our recent Congressional Gold Medal of Honor issue, which recognizes the 100th Infantry Battalion, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team and the Military Intelligence Service. Due to popular demand,...

“Mighty Men of Valor”

Editor’s note: The U.S. Army and the U.S. Navy faced each other on June 22 — but the venue was not a football field. Rather, it was the Pömaika‘i Ballroom at the Dole Cannery....

Bronze and butoh

How will the rising price of bronze affect plans for a statue honoring Japanese American veterans in California? Celebrating the life of C. Doris Hoshide, a former Map Service translator, who recently passed away at...

Fred Korematsu Day, Magic Valley, and 99 Years

Celebrating Fred Korematsu Day. Nearly a decade later, Japanese Americans continue to explore the parallels between the racial fallout from the 9/11 attacks and Executive Order 9066. Remembering the Japanese American experience in Magic Valley before...

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