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DOWNLOAD Ô Japanese Roses Æ December 7 1941 The Miramoto family's second generation is torn apart separated in the United States and Japan After Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor their lives would change forever Kimiko Miramoto must find a way to survive alone in Japan the enemy's country without being a traitor to her own In America Maggie Akio and Akio's CY to their beloved country are put to the ultimate test Japanese Roses tells the story of one Japanese American family's incredible struggle to survive caught in the tides of World War II and conflicted by national loyalty forced to endure unspeakable betrayal and injustice Spanning the years of the war for the Pacific Japanese Roses tells the story not only of one family but of the struggles of all Japanese Americans during a time when they were labeled the enemy both in their own country and the. We can't forget what happened during WWII Sadly the were so many atrocities that happened I gave this book four stars because of several grammatical errors They aren't so aggregous that it took a lot away from the story; you just had to read the sentence a time or two to figure out what they meant I'm so glad that this story has been told We can never forget what happened and we can never let it happen again

Theresa Lorella õ 9 DOWNLOAD

Country of their parents Alternating between the eyes of Maggie Rose Marie and Kimiko the story moves from the streets of Seattle as the bombs are dropped in Pearl Harbor to the prison camps that lined America's West Coast to the devastation of Hiroshima as the war drew to a close While all three women are separated by the war they share one goal They want to go home But will their homes even exist in the aftermath of the of the war And will they all reach that place once the last bombs are dropp. Very good view of the treatment of Japanese Americans during WW11 can understand the view that many held We forget that there were Japanese Americans in Japan during that time who were treated badly by the Japanese Thanks for the insight

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Japanese RosesDecember 7 1941 The Miramoto family's second generation is torn apart separated in the United States and Japan After Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor their lives would change forever Kimiko Miramoto must find a way to survive alone in Japan the enemy's country without being a traitor to her own In America Maggie Akio and Akio's Caucasian wife Rose Marie are labeled enemies of the United States Taken from their homes imprisoned and separated in different internment camps their hopes dreams and loyalt. When most people think of WWII they think of Hitler's Germany Mussolini's Italy and of course the Holocaust that cost millions of Jews among other groups their lives When I was little I admit I was one of these people It was not until later on that I learned about the internment of the Japanese Americans after what happened at Pearl HarborThis is an excellent novel which is told from multiple perspectives Kimiko Megumi and Rose Marie Miramoto along with her daughter little Rosie All of the perspectives are uniue Kimiko is stuck in Japan Megumi is a high school student in America Rose Marie is not Japanese but is married to a Japanese man the brother of Kimiko and Megumi and is mother to half Japanese RosieRose Marie's commitment to her husband is impressive and so is Megumi's The author conveys well the unfairness of the situation such as the fact that little Rosie who is just three years old is reuired to go into the camp just for being half JapaneseThis book has its ups and downs there are some parts that will hit you with the FEELS I won't say what they are as that would be spoilery but I can say that there were a couple of parts that was impossible for me to remain dry eyed throughI would have liked to know what happened to Rose Marie's father in the ending of the book as that was left unanswered but nonetheless I really enjoyed this book There are also notes and a bibliography in the back for those interested in further research on WWII and the Japanese American internment