No-No Boys. I love their attitude ))  Japanese-Americans, that answered no/no on the 2 "loyalty" questions from the 1943 Leave Clearance Application Form out of confusion or in protest were called no-no boys, and generally ostracised by both communities. In 1943, the U.S. Government decided that Japanese Americans being held in what were essentially incarceration camps could volunteer for a special, racially segregated unit in the United States Army.

No-No Boys. I love their attitude )) Japanese-Americans, that answered no/no on the 2 "loyalty" questions from the 1943 Leave Clearance Application Form out of confusion or in protest were called no-no boys, and generally ostracised by both communities. In 1943, the U.S. Government decided that Japanese Americans being held in what were essentially incarceration camps could volunteer for a special, racially segregated unit in the United States Army.

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