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My Three Homelands
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By Noboru Inamoto. Translated by Joyce Mitamura. Noboru Inamoto was born in Canada in 1918. My Three Homelands takes us through his life journeys in Canada, Japan, and America. Paper: 210 pp.


My Homeland Canada:
Canadaís Anti-Japanese Sentiments; Visits by the Training Fleet of the Japanese Imperial Navy; A Baseball Team Called Asahi

Homeland Japan: Studying Japanese; My High School Years; Loyalty to Sovereign and State; The Japan I Loved; The Japan I Hated; University Life; Escaping Japan

Back in Vancouver: Vancouverís Little Tokyo

The University of Washington: Life at an American University; The Attack on Pearl Harbor; The JACL; My First Arrest; Escape to Minnesota

The Mass Displacement of the Japanese: The Bitter Struggle of the Japanese; The Anti-Immigration Law Finally Passes; Mass Displacement Begins

The Minidoka Relocation Center in Idaho: Camp Life; The Issei, Nisei and Kibei Nisei; Farm Work; Back to Camp; Allegiance Registration; On Patriotism

The Military Intelligence Service Language School: Imprisoned Again; The Aftermath of the Camps; The Distinguished Services of the Nisei; The Anti-Japanese Strongholds Fall; Becoming a University Professor

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