Nisei, the Japanese Americans during normal civilian life in cities and relocated at relocation houses during World War II.
United States USA Date:1940 Duration:5 min 6 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Nisei, the Japanese Americans of second generation, at relocation centers during World War II. A liner sails near the Manhattan Bridge on water front of Manhattan. Streets and markets crowded with Japanese-American people. Japanese students at a school. A Japanese man teaches girls lessons to handle film camera. A military officer registers a Nisei couple. Car moves in the desert for site selection of relocation center. Men clear ground for making relocation homes. Homes, colonies and farmlands under construction. A family enters their cabinet in the relocation center. Nisei children play in mud and barbed fences at the relocation centers. Military Police guards during a parade with rifles. A mother and child walk in mud.
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