Japanese-Americans served in World War II while their family members were held in relocation centers. As discussed

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Japanese-Americans served in World War II while their family members were held in relocation centers. As discussed in chapter 4, African Americans served in World War II but rode in the back of busses and drank from separate "colored-only" water fountains while German prisoners of war drank from "Whites-only" fountains; Latinos returning from war faced considering hostility and violence. What ironies exist for people of color in the U.S. military in the present?
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