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Nisei Soldiers, named MORITA and others
Posted by: Roger Eaton (ID *****5122) Date: August 27, 2009 at 15:47:45
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We are AJAWARVETS.ORG and we are looking for Nisei Soldiers of WWII, KOREA and Viet Nam. For prosperity, we want to record all the Nisei Soldiers that fought in those wars, so they are never forgotten. We have a Registry of nearly 21,000 nem and women, mostly Japanese-Americans, and the Caucasian Officers who fought along side them in France and Italy.

Under Morita, are the names David M. and the initial K. Morita who attended School at Ft Snelling in Oct of 1946, where David M. attended in 1945 or 1946 and was transferred to Defense Language Institute in 1946, but we know nothing more than that about each. If you know either or these men, please ask them to contact me at < rogere442@yahoo.com > Thank you!


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