About the Book
This is a book of interviews and photographs of 13 Japanese-Americans that narrate a timeline of the major events in the relocation of people of Japanese ancestry, beginning in 1941. Their personal memories of internment, military service and opposition to government decisions give depth and alternative perspectives to the overarching subject of what is was like to be Japanese-American during World War II. No profit is made from the sales of any version of this book; the price is set at production cost. It is to spread awareness and educate others of some of the Japanese-American experience during World War II.