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Adios to tears : the memoirs of a Japanese-Peruvian internee in U.S. concentration camps

Author: Seiichi Higashide
Publisher: Seattle : University of Washington Press, 2000.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Biography : English : 1st University of Washington Press edView all editions and formats
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"English translation and first privately published edition of a valuable book on Japanese immigration and internment during WWII. Initially published in Japanese to a limited readership. This informative study, candidly and insightfully written, details the formative period of Japanese migration to Peru and, just as importantly, the trying experience of the author, his family, and 1,800 other Japanese-Peruvians who  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Biography
Personal narratives
Personal narratives, American
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Higashide, Seiichi, 1909-
Adios to tears.
Seattle : University of Washington Press, 2000
(DLC) 00101385
(OCoLC)44680731
Named Person: Seiichi Higashide; Seiichi Higashide; Seiichi Higashide
Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Seiichi Higashide
ISBN: 9780295800585 0295800585
OCLC Number: 775468373
Description: 1 online resource (259 p.) : ill., maps.
Contents: Foreword / C. Harvey Gardiner --
Preface to the Year 2000 Edition / Elsa H. Kudo --
The Fall of the Higashide Family --
Pursuing a Dream of Success Overseas --
My New World, Peru --
Moving Toward Financial Independence --
Approaching Storm Clouds --
Fierce Winds of Oppression --
The Pitiful "Japanese People's Army of Peru" --
The Ordeal of "Utopia" --
From a Barbed-wire "Town" to a Chain-link Town --
A Concrete Frontier --
Becoming Americanized --
Hawaii--A Paradise of Sea and Sun --
Epilogue / Julie Small.
Other Titles: Namida no adiosu.
Responsibility: Seiichi Higashide ; foreword by C. Harvey Gardiner ; preface by Elsa H. Kudo ; epilogue by Julie Small.

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"English translation and first privately published edition of a valuable book on Japanese immigration and internment during WWII. Initially published in Japanese to a limited readership. This informative study, candidly and insightfully written, details the formative period of Japanese migration to Peru and, just as importantly, the trying experience of the author, his family, and 1,800 other Japanese-Peruvians who were interned in the US during WWII. Excellent memoir portrays Asian immigrant experience of cultural adaption in Latin America. Insightful forward by the late C. Harvey Gardiner, who wrote extensively on the Japanese in Latin America and Peru, in particular"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

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