Objects & Places from The Good War: An Oral History of World War Two

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Nisei

These are Japanese Americans born within the United States to parents who came from Japan.

OCS

This stands for Officer Candidate School, in which many college bound men learned to be officers in WWII.

Beriberi

This is a fatal disease caused by lack of Vitamin B-1.

WAC

This stands for the Woman's Army Corps, a division of the army in which women served in WWII.

Zoot Suit Riots

This consisted of fighting in California between Mexican American youths and their American G.I. counterparts.

C.O.

This stands for 'conscientious objector', one who refused to fight because of personal or religious beliefs.

Dies Committee

This is the House Committee on Un-American Activities, whose responsibility was to locate and eradicate activities against the state.

Anderson Shelter

This is a garden bomb shelter.

Morrison Shelter

This is a bomb shelter inside the house.

Crystal Night

This is when Nazi...

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