Language School
A secret school that existed during World
War II to teach Japanese-Americans Asian languages.
As a retired military linguist myself, I was intrigued by this exhibit.
I have chosen to leave my photos of text describing the pictures on the wall as they were displayed.
Visited 14 June 2019
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The exhibit officially opened the day after our visit.
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Buildings 17 and 18. They were used to house the language students during World War II.
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Typical building on the fort used for the World War II language school.