Sometime ago I read two stories in the evening newspaper with special interest. One had to do with the Popular expression: "the only good Jap is a dead Jap." The other with the problem of fraternization between our occupation troops and Germans. Lieut. Col. Hanley, commander of the now famous 442nd infantry regiment on the Western front read the following sentence in his home town paper: "A squib in a paper makes the statement that there are some good Japanese-Americans in this country, but it did not say where they were buried." Does that amuse you - make you laugh? Well, it didn't amuse the Lieutenant-Colonel, and you won't laugh when you read the letter he promptly wrote his home town editor. Here it is:
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