The_Bombsquad: Japanese Americans stayed patriotic even when faced with pretty terrible conditions (especially in the early months/years of the existence of these camps). True Patriots. America was the only home many of these men and women had ever known.
Bobyyyyyyyghyh: It is absolutely horrible that these internment camps existed. Total respect to these young men for persevering and upholding the scout way.
figec: I am proud to see Boy Scouts keeping to their oaths despite the internment. It shows true character. A scout is loyal!
rareas: [More about the 442nd Regiment](https://worldoftanks.com/en/news/general-news/history-spotlight-442nd-infantry-regiment/) (which is where I’m guessing the losses came from)
>The 442nd “Go for Broke” Infantry Regiment was the embodiment of the term, Hero.
>This unit became the most highly decorated regiment in the history of the United States Armed Forces, including an astounding 21 Medal of Honor recipients.
>The newly–formed unit went into battle together on June 26, 1944 at the town of Belvedere, where they earned a Presidential Unit Citation. In this action, they out maneuvered the Germans and surrounded the town. The Presidential Unit Citation review read in part:
>“All three companies went into action boldly facing murderous fire from all types of weapons and tanks and at times fighting without artillery support….The stubborn desire of the men to close with a numerically superior enemy and the rapidity with which they fought enabled the 100th Infantry Battalion to destroy completely the right flank positions of a German Army….The fortitude and intrepidity displayed by the officers and men of the 100th Infantry Battalion reflects the finest traditions of the Army of the United States”
wrecklessTTV: They proudly raised those colors even while being oppressed by the same country that flag belongs to. So much respect for these people