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Japanese American soldiers in World War II fought the Axis abroad and racial prejudice at home

By Susan H. Kamei, Lecturer in History; Managing Director of the Spatial Sciences Institute, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
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Young Japanese American men who were incarcerated because they were presumed to be disloyal were considered loyal enough for compulsory military service.

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