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read Nisei Linguists kindle î æ james c. mcnaughton ✓ NOTE NO FURTHER DISCOUNT FOR THIS PRINT PRODUCT OVERSTOCK SALE Significantly reduced list price while supplies last At the start of World War II the US Army turned to Americans of Japanese ancestry to provide vital intelligence against Japanese forces in the PaciNOTE NO FURTHER DISCOUNT FOR THIS PRINT PRODUCT OVERSTOCK SALE Significantly reduced list price while supplies last At the start of World War II the US Army turned to Americans of Japanese ancestry to provide vital intelligence against Japanese forces in the Pacific Nisei Linguists Japanese Americans in the Military Intelligence Service during World War II tells the story of these soldiers how the Military Intelligence Service MIS recruited and trained them and how they served in every battle and campaign in the war against JapanMonths before Pearl Harbor the Western Defense Command WDC selected sixty Nisei soldiers for Japanese language training When the WDC forcibly removed than 100000 persons of Japanese ancestry from the West Coast MIS continued to recruit Nisei from the relocation camps and later from Hawaii Over the next four years the school graduated nearly 6000 military linguists

reader ☆ Japanese Americans in the Military Intelligence Service During World War II ´ James C. McNaughton

Including dozens of Nisei women and hundreds of Caucasians         Nisei Linguists tells the remarkable story of those who served with Army and Marine units from Guadalcanal to the Philippines Iwo Jima and Okinawa Their duties included translation interrogation radio monitoring and psychological warfare They staffed theater level intelligence centers such as the Allied Translator and Interpreter Section in the Southwest Pacific Area In China Burma and India they served with the Office of Strategic Services Merrill’s Marauders and Commonwealth forces Others served with the Army Air Forces or within the continental United States At war’s end the Nisei facilitated local surrenders of Japanese forces as well as the occupation Working in military government war crimes trials censorship and counterintelligence the MIS Nisei contributed to the occupation’s ultimate success  Other r

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