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Japanese American Confinement Sites /
World War II American Home Front Oral History Project

About the Project
Interview Transcripts
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Photo of Japanese Student Club Dormitory Building, 1777 Euclid Avenue
Japanese Student Club Dormitory Building, Berkeley, CA

Photo of 1938 UC Berkeley 1938 UC Berkeley Japanese Students Club Basketball Team
1938 UC Berkeley Japanese Students Club Basketball Team




The Japanese American Confinement Sites /
World War II American Home Front Oral History Project grew out of our long collaboration with the National Park Service on our broader Rosie the Riveter / World War II Home Front Oral History Project. This new group of oral history interviews was primarily funded by the Japanese American Confinement Sites Grant Program of the National Park Service. These interviews document the experiences of Japanese American students who attended UC Berkeley before or after being incarcerated during WWII. We also interviewed two Deaf interviewees in American Sign Language. We are also pleased to include donated interviews by the Japanese American Women / Alumnae of UC Berkeley [JAWAUCB], a Cal Band oral history, a life oral history with teacher Janet Daijogo, and related Regional Oral History Office [ROHO] interviews.

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