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George S. Patton, Jr., best known as an aggressive tank commander, was chief of U.S. Army intelligence in Hawaii before World War II. Doubting the loyalty of Japanese-Americans, he planned to make hostages of 128 leaders of Hawaii's Japanese community to forestall fifth column activity in...
Jeanne and James Houston discuss with Tony Friedson the genesis of Farewell to Manzanarâtheir account of Jeanne's adolescence under internment; the personal and political implications of that internment; their autobiographical methods; and the work which grew from this their...
This article shows how the Portuguese press used King 'Kalakana's' (as his name was commonly spelled then) stay in Lisbon in 1881 to launch a humorous but scathing attack on national mores by means of unfavorably comparing their backwardness with the supposedly 'savage'...
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