1. Pictures of 442nd
Regimental Combat Team, 100th Battalion, Internment
Camps, Military Intelligence Service, 522nd Field
2. National Japanese
American Historical Society . http://www.njahs.org. email
3. World War II pictures.
4. Picture of the Purple
Heart. www.purpleheart.org. email message.
5. Photograph of the
soldiers at Camp Shelby lowering the artillery piece
(gun) to cross the stream. United States Army Signal
Corps. email message.
6. Picture of the Medal of
Honor. http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/moh1.htm. email
7. Picture of the Medal of
Department of Defense. email message.
8. Picture of Sadao
7. Pictures of Dachau.
8. Map of Dachau.
http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/CJS/. email message.
9. Picture of Thomas
10. Reunion pictures.
11. Picture of Battleship
12. Map of Afghanistan and
Pakistan. http://www.msuglobalaccess.net/. email
13. Picture of Japanese
soldiers marching. National Japanese Historical Society.
14. Pictures on September
11th. http://www.oz.net/~cyu/internment/main.html. email
15. Pictures on September
11th. email@example.com. email message.
16. Picture of the flag.
17. Picture on humanitarian
18. Picture on September
11th. http://www.september11news.com/. email
19. Pictures on attack of
Pearl Harbor. http://www.ibiscom.com/pearl.htm. email
20. Picture of eagle.
21. Picture of Osama Bin
22. Pictures of September
11th. http://junior.apk.net/~lani/. email
23. Pictures of September
11th. http://home.vicnet.au/~neils/links1.htm. email
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