Nisei students, the Japanese Americans play various sports and learn fine arts at a relocation center during World War II.
United States USA Date:1940 Duration:1 min 57 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Nisei, the Japanese Americans of second generation, at relocation centers during World War II. Helmets of football picked up by players. Children play football in a dusty ground as parents watch sitting on stands. Players during a baseball match, during a basketball match in court and an athlete practices weightlifting at the relocation center. Children dive in a pond near relocation center during swimming classes. Girls in uniform walk out of a training center. Children undergo fine arts training on piano, painting, and mud sculpture. A man feeds scorpions. Free press office.
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