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Japanese family crests

Japanese family crests

Kamon (Japanese family crests)

Kamon (Japanese family crests)

Japanese Kamon / Family Crest. {Always like the simple pattern of the family crest. What a good collection here.}
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L'oxalis en emblème - Nagoya en français

Chaque famille japonaise a son insigne ('kamon'), décliné en différentes versions et ainsi partagé avec d'autres clans. On retrouve cet insigne par exemple sur les kimonos de cérémonie des femmes de la famille et, bien sûr, sur la pierre tombale de...

A mother and child struggle to go on living, August 10, 1945, a day after the atomic bomb was dropped over Nagasaki, Japan

Classic Japanese family crests
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㈱長谷川繪雅堂・貼り付け紋・家紋シール

Japanese Kamon 家紋: Kamon are emblems used to identify a family (coats of arms) in Japan.

**kamon (家紋?), are Japanese emblems used to decorate and identify an individual or family.
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**kamon (家紋?), are Japanese emblems used to decorate and identify an individual or family.

.Hiroshima. Approx 70K died from explosion, another 70K died from radiation within 5 yrs. A survivor described the damage to people: "The appearance of people .. all had skin blackened by burns... no hair.. and at a glance you couldn't tell whether you were looking at them from in front or in back... They held their arms bent [forward] like this... and their skin ...hands, ...faces, ..bodies too - hung down... e... But wherever I walked.. Many died along the road like walking ghosts..."
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Japanese-American children at Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 18 Jan 1944
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[Photo] Japanese-American children at Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 18 Jan 1944

[Photo] Japanese-American children at Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 18 Jan 1944 | World War II Database

Vintage Photos: Dorothea Lange - Japanese Internment

Dorothea Lange - Japanese Internment

A farm mother awaits evacuation bus. Centerville, California, 1942 A farm youngster pictured two days before evacuation of persons of Japanese ancestry from this Santa Clara County farming community. 1942 A mother and daughter, Issei and Nisei, who have been living in this Assembly Center for one month, are seen at the door of their home in the barracks. San Bruno, California, 1942 A young member of an evacuee family awaiting evacuation bus. Hayward, California, 1942 A young member of an…

View of the War Relocation Authority camp, looking northwest from the hospital, near Jerome, Arkansas, United States, 17 Nov 1942, photo 1 of 2

[Photo] View of the War Relocation Authority camp, looking northwest from the hospital, near Jerome, Arkansas, United States, 17 Nov 1942, photo 1 of 2

[Photo] View of the War Relocation Authority camp, looking northwest from the hospital, near Jerome, Arkansas, United States, 17 Nov 1942, photo 1 of 2 | World War II Database

View of Block 7 in Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, 16 Nov 1942. (US National Archives)

[Photo] View of Block 7 in Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 16 Nov 1942

[Photo] View of Block 7 in Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 16 Nov 1942 | World War II Database

Charles Lynn (center) with his newspaper staff, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 16 Nov 1942

[Photo] Charles Lynn (center) with his newspaper staff, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 16 Nov 1942

[Photo] Charles Lynn (center) with his newspaper staff, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 16 Nov 1942 | World War II Database

Staff of the Block 7 kitchen, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, 18 Nov 1942 (US National Archives)
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[Photo] Staff of the Block 7 kitchen, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 18 Nov 1942

[Photo] Staff of the Block 7 kitchen, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 18 Nov 1942 | World War II Database

Newspaper staff at work, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 16 Nov 1942

[Photo] Newspaper staff at work, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 16 Nov 1942

[Photo] Newspaper staff at work, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 16 Nov 1942 | World War II Database