Mac & Japanese/American Interpreter From Italian Campaign.

Item

Maurice_WWII145.jpg

Title

Mac & Japanese/American Interpreter From Italian Campaign.

Description

Oversized - WWII Drawings.
Pencil sketch of two men playing chess. One is a Japanese/American interpreter and smoking a cigarette. The title underneath reads, "Mac & Japanese/American Interpreter From Italian Campaign."
Maurice explained that the Japanese American soldiers were first sent to Europe until the war ended there. Just before the war ended in the Pacific the American Army finally trusted the Japanese Americans and brought them to Manila to use them as interpreters with the prisoners of war.

Creator

Maurice, Alfred P., ‏ 1921-

Date

1945

Rights

http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
In Copyright: Hamersly Library has determined, as of 05/12/2020, this item is in copyright, which is held by Alfred P. Maurice.

Type

Image; StillImage

Coverage

Manila (Philippines)

Citation

Maurice, Alfred P., ‏ 1921-, “ Mac & Japanese/American Interpreter From Italian Campaign.
,” Omeka @ WOU, accessed May 7, 2021, https://omeka.wou.edu/document/1113.