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Jimmy Doi: Moving to Georgia

Jimmy Doi describes how he moved to Georgia with his work in the poultry industry.

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Jimmy Doi: The Atomic Bomb

Jimmy Doi describes the impact of the atomic bomb on his family living outside Hiroshima, Japan.

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Jimmy Doi: "My Mom and Dad"

Jimmy Doi describes how he reunited with his parents in Japan, where they had returned before the war.

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Jimmy Doi: "Because we looked alike"

Jimmy Doi describes how his entire regiment volunteered to fight against the Japanese after the war in Europe ended.

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Jimmy Doi: "La guerra e finito."

Jimmy Doi describes celebrations in Genoa, Italy on VE or Victory in Europe Day, May 8, 1945.

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Jimmy Doi: "I knew I was gonna die."

Jimmy Doi describes how he oversaw the surrender of German soldiers at a fort in northern Italy.

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Jimmy Doi: German Prisoners of War

Jimmy Doi describes a gift he received from German POWs under his supervision.

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Jimmy Doi: The Attack

Jimmy Doi describes an Allied attack on German forces in northern Italy.

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Jimmy Doi: Trench Foot

Jimmy Doi describes how he suffered from trench foot while posted in the Maritime Alps during World War II.

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Jimmy Doi: "I thought you were dead."

Jimmy Doi describes his reunion with his brother Michael in southern France, when they were both serving the U.S. Army's 442nd Regimental Combat Team.

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Jimmy Doi: The Queen Mary

Jimmy Doi describes his experiences crossing the Atlantic Ocean on the RMS Queen Mary, which transported thousands of American soldiers during World War II.

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Jimmy Doi: Camp Blanding

Jimmy Doi describes his training for the U.S. Army at Camp Blanding in Florida.

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Jimmy Doi: "Don't work so hard!"

Jimmy Doi recalls his experience working in a radar defense plant after his release from an internment camp.

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Jimmy Doi: "Nothing to do"

Jimmy Doi describes his fellow internees' efforts to overcome boredom in Gila River Relocation Center, where he was interned for two years during World War II.

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Jimmy Doi: "115 Degrees"

Jimmy Doi describes the hot conditions at the Gila River Relocation Center in Arizona, where he was interned for two years.

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Jimmy Doi: Washing Dishes

Jimmy Doi describes his job at Gila River Relocation Center, where he was interned for two years during World War II.

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