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Soldiers of conscience : Japanese American military resisters in World War II

作者: Shirley Castelnuovo
出版商: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2008.
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"Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor unleashed rampant racism and distrust towards "all things alien," and it raised perplexing questions of national identity that still reverberate. The majority of Japanese Americans complied with government actions during this period, including the drafting of Japanese Americans into military service. Many loyal Japanese Americans saw such service as an opportunity to display their  再讀一些...
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所有的作者/貢獻者: Shirley Castelnuovo
ISBN: 9780313353307 0313353301
OCLC系統控制編碼: 192081660
描述: xxii, 162 pages, [10] pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
内容: The presumption of disloyalty --
The pre-detention inductees: individual conscientious resistance --
The Fort McClellan conscientious resisters --
The response to Fort McClellan --
Renunciation/repatriation in the military --
Company of the damned --
Renunciation/repatriation at Fort Meade --
Partial vindication --
The conscientious resisters and the Japanese American community --
Military service and the right of conscience.
責任: Shirley Castelnuovo ; foreword by Cedrick Shimo.
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Relays the stories of Japanese-American military resisters who sacrificed their lives for the well-being of their families and friends. This book follows many of the resisters into their post war  再讀一些...

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"Do U.S. military personnel have the right to resist orders if these violate domestic or international law? This passionate and scholarly account of Japanese American soldiers during World War II 再讀一些...

 
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   schema:reviewBody ""Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor unleashed rampant racism and distrust towards "all things alien," and it raised perplexing questions of national identity that still reverberate. The majority of Japanese Americans complied with government actions during this period, including the drafting of Japanese Americans into military service. Many loyal Japanese Americans saw such service as an opportunity to display their allegiance to the United States. However, some 200 Japanese Americans drafted into the Army refused to serve in combat while their families languished in internment camps." "The history of Japanese Americans in World War II does not record the stories of these resisters. It does not mention the War Department Special Organization to which many of them were transferred or the individuals who were tried and sentenced by military courts to long prison terms. The 200 conscientious military resisters felt betrayed by the government and viewed the decision to imprison Japanese Americans as an immoral acquiescence to West Coast racism." "Though their actions were frowned upon at the time by many of their own families, and certainly by the military, the draft resisters are now positively recognized in the Japanese American community. Yet, their story remains largely untold, overshadowed by the heroic stories of those Japanese Americans who served on the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. Here, for the first time, the resisters' story is related in vivid detail." "Castelnuovo does not abandon the narrative with the end of World War II. Instead, she follows many of the resisters into the post-war years, assessing the ramifications of their actions on their lives as individuals and within the broader context of the Japanese American community. Happily, most of the resisters were eventually re-embraced by their community, but, until now, they have been forgotten by students of World War II. That is an oversight Soldiers of Conscience will certainly remedy."--book jacket." ;
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