Full title:Shown here are a group of wounded Nisei veterans of the 100th Battalion and 442nd Infantry Combat Team, being hospitalized at Dibble General Hospital, Menlo Park, Palo Alto, California. The boys were caught by the camera man in the Public Relations office. Left to right, front row, they are: PFC Walter Heirakuji, Box 20, Hawi, Hawaii, member of the 442nd Combat Infantry Team, wounded at St. Luciano, Italy, on July 17, 1944; Pvt. Masao Hayashida, member of the 442nd Infantry Combat Team, 160 Horualea, Hawaii, wounded at Leghorn, Italy, on July, 1944; and Corp. Minoru Yoshida, 1325 16th Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii, member of the 100th Infantry Battalion, wounded at Cecina, Italy on July 2, 1944. Left to right, back row, they are: S/Sgt. Jack Kawamoto, Hawaii, member of the 442nd Combat Team, wounded at Leghorn, Italy, July 10, 1944; PFC Kiyotaka Uchimura, Kealakekua, Hawaii, member of the 100th Infantry Battalion, wounded at Bellefontaine, France, in October, 1944; Corp. Steve Shimizu, 2320 Young Street, Honolulu, Hawaii, member of the 442nd Combat Infantry Team, wounded at Vosges Mountains, France, on November 2, 1944; PFC Roy T. Tsutsui, 480 West Second South Street, Salt Lake City, Utah, 442nd Infantry Combat Team, wounded at Lespezia, Italy, on April 15, 1945.<lb /> Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru<lb /> Palo Alto, California. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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