Writings, correspondence, testimony, photocopies of United States government documents, and printed matter, relating to internment
of Japanese Americans during World War II and to subsequent proposals for reparations payments.
William G. Kubick's family moved from Chicago, Illinois to California in 1922 when he was eight. In writings and testimony,
Kubick states that he grew up in Los Angeles among Japanese Americans. In 1942, he entered the United States Army, participated
in landings throughout the Pacific and, was among the first United States occupation force who participated in assault landings
on Japan by 1945.
2 manuscript boxes
(0.8 linear feet)
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