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Densho Oral History - Frank Kitamoto

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Frank Kitamoto was born on Bainbridge Island, Washington, one of the first communities to be removed from their homes in 1942. He was a very young child when taken with his family to the Manzanar concentration camp, California, and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. In this clip, he discusses the impact the World War II incarceration experience had on his life, even though he was young. Frank Kitamoto's full interview is available in the Densho Digital Archive.

This clip is an excerpt from Frank Kitamoto's oral history interview conducted April 13, 1998 (denshovh-kfrank-01-0022). To see the complete interview, visit the Densho Digital Archive (http://www.densho.org/archive).
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Frank Kitamoto was born on Bainbridge Island, Washington, one of the first communities to be removed from their homes in 1942. He was a very young child when taken with his family to the Manzanar concentration camp, California, and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. In this clip, he discusses the impact the World War II incarceration experience had on his life, even though he was young. Frank Kitamoto's full interview is available in the Densho Digital Archive.

This clip is an excerpt from Frank Kitamoto's oral history interview conducted April 13, 1998 (denshovh-kfrank-01-0022). To see the complete interview, visit the Densho Digital Archive (http://www.densho.org/archive). Show less

Newspapers in Education Play

The clips in this playlist were included in The World War II Incarceration of Japanese Americans -- 70th Anniversary Remembrance. This educational supplement was published by the Seattle Times as part of their Newspapers in Education program on April 29, 2012, commemorating the 70th anniversary of Japanese Americans being removed from Seattle during World War II.
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