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UHWO Team Sheds Light On Honouliuli

Paige Takeya
MidWeek

The bombing of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, is where history books begin and end Hawaii’s role in World War II. But Honouliuli Internment Camp west of Kunia has a different story to tell — a long-forgotten one.

A team of University of Hawaii at West Oahu faculty and students have contributed to a collection of articles, Breaking the Silence: Lessons of Democracy and Social Justice from the World War II Honouliuli Internment and POW Camp in Hawaii, to tell that story…

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MidWeek
27 August 2014

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Breaking the Silence explores Honouliuli history

University of Hawai‘i System News

Breaking the Silence: Lessons of Democracy from the World War II Honouliuli Internment and POW Camp in Hawaiʻi is a collection of articles authored by University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu faculty and scholars and community partners from Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaiʻi, Densho, King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center and the National Park Service.

The research amassed from oral histories, archival collections and field work examines the archaeological, historical, sociological, political, psychological and cultural aspects and impacts of World War II confinement in Honouliuli…

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University of Hawai‘i System News
18 July 2014