The Military Intelligence Service (M.I.S.) in Occupied Japan

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Dec 20137

100 North Central Avenue
Los Angeles, Alabama, 90012
United States


Author, professor, and M.I.S. veteran Edwin Nakasone will moderate a discussion with fellow veterans, Bruce Kaji and Hitoshi Sameshima, about their roles in the rebuilding of Japan after the end of World War II. The M.I.S., or the Military Intelligence Service, was a United States military unit mostly comprised of Japanese American Nisei who provided translation, interpretation, and interrogation services during World War II.

This program is presented by the Japanese American National Museum and the Go For Broke National Education Center.

In conjunction with the exhibition Go For Broke: Japanese American Soldiers Fighting on Two Fronts

Advanced reservations are recommended for most programs as seating/space may be limited. Some programs may have separate reservation contacts. Please check program description.When making a reservation, email or call 213.625.0414 at least 48 hours prior to the event. Include the name, date, and time of the program, as well as your name and the total in your party.


JANM . Last modified Dec 04 2013 6:58 p.m.

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