Handbill with List of Demands by the Voice of the Nisei, ca. 1944 - ca. 1944

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Title: Handbill with List of Demands by the Voice of the Nisei, ca. 1944 - ca. 1944

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Scope and Content Note: This item is a handbill in Japanese which was posted at the Colorado River Relocation Center in Poston, Arizona, and was submitted as evidence in C6781, United States v. George S. Fujii. The document alludes to the drafting of Japanese-Americans, and make

Reference Unit: National Archives at Laguna Niguel

Persistent URL: catalog.archives.gov/id/2641503

Repository Contact Information: NARA’s Pacific Region (Laguna Niguel) (NRHAL), 24000 Avila, 1st Floor East, Laguna Niguel, CA, 92677-3497.

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Owner: The U.S. National Archives
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    Mustang Koji

    • 06/Jul/2011 23:38:46

    This image needs to be rotated 90 degrees clockwise...

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    risaoka

    • 13/Oct/2013 22:48:16

    Yes, please rotate the image! It's hard to read as it is now. (Japanese is written top to bottom, starting on the right side of the paper.)

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    The U.S. National Archives

    • 18/Oct/2013 14:13:21

    Thanks for the comments! I've rotated the image, hopefully its easier to read now! Mary U.S. National Archives

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    risaoka

    • 29/Oct/2013 21:33:26

    Thank you!