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About the author


A California native who writes poetry, plays with his cats, watches movies, and reads in his free time. He has been writing since he was a child. Mr. Shirey is very close to his grandma, the woman behind this book.
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Becoming A Japanese War Bride
An Oral History
by Kristopher Shirey View author's profile page

Overview


Told through the eyes of Fumiko, this oral history depicts her journey from Japan to the United States and how she became a Japanese War Bride.
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Description


Told through the eyes of Fumiko, this oral history depicts her journey from Japan to the United States and how she became a Japanese War Bride. This book documents a piece of family history that would never have been known if she chose not to share it, and Kris never documented it. As a result of the careful consideration and effort on his part,  Fumiko's voice has been preserved in the pages of this book.

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Overview


Told through the eyes of Fumiko, this oral history depicts her journey from Japan to the United States and how she became a Japanese War Bride.

Read more

Description


Told through the eyes of Fumiko, this oral history depicts her journey from Japan to the United States and how she became a Japanese War Bride. This book documents a piece of family history that would never have been known if she chose not to share it, and Kris never documented it. As a result of the careful consideration and effort on his part,  Fumiko's voice has been preserved in the pages of this book.

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Book details

Genre:HISTORY

Subgenre:General

Language:English

Pages:50

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781098300135

Paperback ISBN:9781098300128


Overview


Told through the eyes of Fumiko, this oral history depicts her journey from Japan to the United States and how she became a Japanese War Bride.

Read more

Description


Told through the eyes of Fumiko, this oral history depicts her journey from Japan to the United States and how she became a Japanese War Bride. This book documents a piece of family history that would never have been known if she chose not to share it, and Kris never documented it. As a result of the careful consideration and effort on his part,  Fumiko's voice has been preserved in the pages of this book.

Read more

About the author


A California native who writes poetry, plays with his cats, watches movies, and reads in his free time. He has been writing since he was a child. Mr. Shirey is very close to his grandma, the woman behind this book.

Read more


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