The experiences of second-generation Japanese Americans — the Great Depression, world war, postwar prosperity and Cold War — spanned much of the 20th century. Historians of the nisei have, understandably, concentrated on the most dramatic and tragic episode in Japanese-American history: the incarceration of 120,000 alien parents and citizen children during the Pacific War.
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