Daniel Inouye Oral History Interview
This interview from the Densho Visual History Collection was conducted June 30, 1998, in Honolulu, Hawaii, by Tom Ikeda and Beverly Kashino for Densho: The Japanese American Legacy Project.
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Senator Daniel Inouye reflected on his World War II military service with the famed 442nd Regimental Combat Team, an all-volunteer unit made up entirely of second-generation Japanese Americans. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for gallant action, and lost an arm in battle.
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