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Japanese American Internment During World War II

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World War II and the American Home Front

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Native American Women and Coerced Sterilization: On the Trail of

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The Post-Holocaust Restitution Era: Holocaust Restitution as a

Over 36,000 American soldiers became Japanese prisoners of war during. World War II. The Japanese also captured nearly 14,000 American civilians.1. Approximately 25,000 American prisoners were then shipped to Japan and. Japan-occupied Asia to work as slave laborers for private Japanese companies. These ...


Shadow War Scholarship, Indigenous Legal Tradition, and Modern

to protect mental sovereignty works ... 2. Tribal Law Journal. Vol. 9. The wars fought between Indians and the whites were more than just over land—they were wars of the minds. The American mainstream ... threatens the foundational principles of Indigenous values, beliefs, ethics, and political and social organization.


POW, The Fight Continues After the Battle, Report

duct for our prisoners of war backed up by a :first class training program. This position is also wholeheartedly supported by the concensus of opinion of all those who consulted with the. Committee. From no one did we receive stronger recommenda tions on this point than from the former American prisoners of war in  ...


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Acknowledging the Past to Heal the Future: The Role of Reparations

In the end, over 300 Sioux Indians were killed, two-thirds ofthem women and children. Although the basic facts are not contested, the perspectives given in histor ical accounts vary widely. American history books generally refer to Wounded. Knee as the 'last of the Indian wars'. The pervasive account is that the US.


The Code of Conduct

cluded, that, in fact, American POWs had done as well as their predecessors in past wars. “Had the Department of Defense waited for the Air Force study, I don't think we would have a Code of Conduct today,” explained Claude L. Watkins, an Air Force Intelli- gence operations specialist and former World War II POW.


Decolonization and the Indigenous future

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Boarding Schools

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Residential Schools: The Intergenerational Impacts on Aboriginal

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Japanese American Experience

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Understanding Relationships between the Heiltsuk Nation and

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Spirituality as decolonizing: Elders Albert Desjarlais, George

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From Shining Path to Truth Commission-1

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Unequal Fredom: How Race and Gender Shaped American

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The Genocide Question and Indian Residential Schools in Canada

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Northwest Connection: The Tuskegee Airmen

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