Hawaiʻi World War II Curriculum
Can Hawaiʻi's Aloha Spirit Survive a War? is a humanities-based learning resource that leads students to consider the extent to which war has an effect on the people involved. In this curriculum, students research the sociopolitical effects of World War II on the Territory of Hawai‘i, including delving into the personal stories of the Japanese American soldiers from Hawai‘i.
The unit meets two Hawai'i Department of Education educational standards, Inquiry Standard SS9-12.4.2 and Content Standard SS.MHH.3.19.2.
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For resources on the Japanese American Soldiers of World War II: 100th Infantry Battalion, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, and the Military Intelligence Service. A link to these sources can be found here in our library catalog.
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442nd Infantry, 1st Battalion, Camp Shelby, Mississippi. JCCH/Itsuko Ishimoto collection