As soon as they arrived in America, Issei adjusted to a new culture and way of life. They ate different foods, wore different clothing, and spoke a different language than they had in Japan. They strove to blend in with American culture; to “look like everyone else.”
Japanese internment, from coast and camp, world war two, WW2, WWII, oral history
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