By the 1940s, Utah was clearly intertwined with the events of WWII. Daily life was affected by the larger war effort as Utahns contributed men, women, and resources for the larger war effort. Japanese-Americans were relocated to Topaz, Utah.
World War II Women Workers
Women workers during World War II. Salt Lake Tribune.
Memorial address, Dec. 3, 1944, Topaz Relocation Center
Memorial address given December 3, 1944 by Masaru Narahara for 10 Japanese American soldiers who died in action. Narahara, chairman of the Community Council at the Topaz Relocation Center where the address was given, paid honor to the memory of 10 soldiers who had lived as residents of the Center prior to enlisting. “We honor … Continue reading Memorial address, Dec. 3, 1944, Topaz Relocation Center→