Farewell to Manzanar - Chapter 7, Fort Lincoln: An Interview Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, Fort Lincoln: An Interview Summary and Analysis

The interview of Wakatsuki Ko shows he is a thinking man, who has been unfairly accused of delivering oil to Japanese submarines. The oil cans held chum, bait for mackerel. Wakatsuki Ko is interviewed as a prisoner at Fort Lincoln. The interviewer asks basic questions: name, place of birth, education, reason for emigrating from Japan, military members in Japan. He has not contacted family in Japan because he is the black sheep of the family, nor returned because of the size of his family.

Wakatsuki Ko is charged with delivering oil to Japanese submarines off the West Coast. He denies the charge, saying he thinks submarine commanders would be foolish to be so far from their fleet.

A photograph is shown of him with fifty-gallon drums on his boat. The drums are used...

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