Japanese civilians get relocation employment by War Relocation Authority offices in United States in different industries.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:2 min 39 sec Sound:Yes
United States Relocation Program by War Relocation Authority (WRA). Japanese boy makes marshmallows in a plant and put plate on platform. Japanese men work on crop crasher machine. Man put dried crops into crasher. A Japanese man works with book binding machine. Help wanted board hung on various shops. Japanese farmers work in western deserts of United States. Japanese Chemists, medicine men, Laboratory workers, Mechanics Engineers work in their respective areas. A Japanese couple stands in queue against a counter in company employment offices. The couple takes a form and gives it to a selection officer. He further instructs the couple. Japanese couple stands on a counter and the cashier gives money to them.
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