Nisei live in uneasy conditions at relocation centers yet develop mechanized farming and houses, during World War II.
United States USA Date:1940 Duration:3 min 58 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Nisei, the Japanese Americans of second generation, at relocation centers during World War II. A relocation center in Wyoming. Japanese man and women carry buckets at a place to bath. Women wash cloth in the public tubs. Nisei gather in morning at the mess. People dine together. Nisei police guards on duty at relocation centers. A Victory Garden with fruits and vegetable developed by Japanese farmers. Nisei farmers in farms. Men and women harvest vegetables from a field. A man on the tractor plows a field. Rice fields developed in Gila River, Amazon by Nisei farmers. Workers feed chicken at a poultry farm. Mechanized farming equipment repaired by Nisei mechanic.
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