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Essays

Student essay: "Could Be...?"

Excerpt: "Why, what has become of the Niseis? I can't seem to find them in there usual 'Little Tokyos.'"
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Student essay: "War"

Excerpt: "Perhaps many of us partially realize what this simple noun 'War' actually means."
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Student essay: "What War Means to Me"

Excerpt: "War means to me a futile destruction to mankind."
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Student essay: "Serenade in Blue"

Excerpt: "Perspiring freely the young teacher at the map continued to explain the current topic."
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Student essay

Excerpt:" As I was sitting at home last night thinking for a inspiration, I noticed next door a little boy, about the age of four climbing up and rolling down the sofa valiantly trying to irritate his mother since she could not receive his attention."
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Student essay: "What happened when Pearl Harbor was attacked"

Excerpt: "Blood! More blood! Was the frantic cry of the doctors when our horribly burned and mangled boys began to stream in the operating tables."
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Student essay: "Wounded"

Excerpt: "It is spring and you are walking down the road. As you look around admiring the scenery you suddenly see a young man in crutches."
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Student essay: "Thoughts when 'War' is mentioned"

Excerpt: "War! War! The terrible reality on one peaceful Sunday."
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Student essay

Excerpt: "World War II has meant to me unjust evacuation of citizens of the United States to assembly centers very poorly and hastily constructed."
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Student essay

Excerpt: "War, as everyone else says, is 'HELL.'" I wouldn't know what it is, for I have never experienced the horrors of it."
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