Fred Hashimoto

Talks about growing up and farming in Suisun, California and education at UC Berkeley and UC Davis, hearing about the Pearl Harbor and getting sent to the Merced Assembly Center and later Granada War Relocation Center.  He discusses working on the center farm, the loyalty questionnaire and thinking about volunteering for the army but ultimately deciding against it.

He talks about his decision to attend the University of Wyoming, meeting his wife and farming in Colorado before returning to California in early 1945.  He also discusses redress and reparations and enjoying retirement.

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