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    • Lt. Kei Tanahashi

    • Kei Tanahashi, UNL University Nebraska Lincoln, Heart Mountain, Wyoming, Nisei,
    • ex ’46, Heart Mountain, Wyoming, a Nisei officer, was killed in Italy in July, 1944. Tanahashi, mortally wounded while leading his troops in hostile action, died while directing operations against snipers. He wrote 'when this business is taken...
    • Minidoka Idaho newspaper article about the presence of Ben Kuroki

    • Ben Kuroki, born Hershey, NE Army Air Forces Technical Sergeant 93rd Bombardment Group
    • Minidoka Irrigator, a newspaper published for the Minidoka, Idaho Japanese-American internment camp. While official reports were positive about Kuroki’s reception in the camps, there were many who were less favorable to his presence. Kuroki came...
    • WWII Vets reunite with people liberated from death camps -- May 30, 2009

    • Humanities Desk audio radio history literature art religion Nebraska life veteran veterans vet vets internment death Nazi concentration camp camps honor flight memorial reunion Holocaust World War 2 II two WWII
    • Nebraska's World War II veterans have been visiting the World War II Monument in Washington courtesy of the Honor Flight program. Last weekend, there was a final reunion of the Honor Flight veterans. There was also another reunion - a small group...
    • Most Honorable Son (Program Preview)

    • Most Honorable Son video television tv preview trailer documentary historical history Ben Kuroki Nebraska Nisei Japanese American Pearl Harbor honor japanese internment camp Kubota Moore Lesiak
    • 'Most Honorable Son' is an hour-long documentary that explores the personal odyssey of Ben Kuroki, a Nebraska-born Nisei whose sense of shame over the bombing as a Japanese American and sense of loyalty to his country as a native-born American...
    • Most Honorable Son: Q&A With Director Bill Kubota

    • Most Honorable Son video television tv segment clip documentary historical history Ben Kuroki Nebraska Nisei Japanese American Pearl Harbor honor japanese internment camp Q&A question and answer with director Bill Kubota Moore Lesiak
    • 'Most Honorable Son' is an hour-long documentary that explores the personal odyssey of Ben Kuroki, a Nebraska-born Nisei whose sense of shame over the bombing as a Japanese American and sense of loyalty to his country as a native-born American...

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