MIS Interpreters — Pacific Paratrooper

1944 MIS class; courtesy of Ted Yenarinat, National WWII Museum Throughout the war, more than 6,000 Japanese Americans would serve in the MIS as translators and interrogators—often at great risk—for 130 units across the Pacific.  After the war the MIS Nisei were tapped for critical assignments during the occupation of Japan. The Military Intelligence Service (MIS) consisted mainly of Nisei men, for further information on the Japanese-Americans […]

MIS Interpreters — Pacific Paratrooper.

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4 Responses to MIS Interpreters — Pacific Paratrooper

  1. I always read his blog so interesting.

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  2. GP Cox says:

    Thank you for helping me to share this information. They sure don’t teach it in schools.

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