Digital interview recordings of Japanese Americans relating to immigration to the United States from Japan, internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, and the postwar Japanese American community. Interviews conducted by Kaoru Ueda. Includes images of diaries, newsletters and other textual material.
Reports, memoranda, and correspondence, relating to educational reform in Japan during the post-World War II Allied occupation. Includes hard copy of a roster of Allied educational officials in Japan, and publications issued by the National Institute for Educational Research, Tokyo.
Relates to activities of the American destroyer Waldron in the Pacific Theater during World War II, the occupation of Tokyo Bay at the end of the war, and the subsequent history of the Waldron up to its transfer to the Colombian navy as the Santander in 1973, and its final decommissioning in 1984. In part, co-authored with Jack Melnick, an officer on the Waldron from 1952 to 1954. Includes photocopy of the official war diary of the Waldron, 1944-1945. Also includes letters of acknowledgment signed by, and miscellany relating to, Woodrow Wilson, 1912-1916.
Relates to political and economic conditions in eastern Siberia, and to Japanese intervention in that area, during the period 1918-1921. Report submitted to the United States State Department and United States Army Military Intelligence Division. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).
Sound recordings and transcripts of interviews of American military and naval attachés to Japan prior to World War II, relating to American military assessments of Japan. Includes some correspondence. Interviews conducted by James R. Bitgood as research material for a thesis at the University of Maryland.