COE News: CRDG Publishes Story of a WWII Nisei Spy

komoricoverfinalThe Curriculum Research & Development Group (CRDG) in the UH Mānoa College of Education (COE), announced their latest publication, Reflections of Honor: The Untold Story of a Nisei Spy. One of the first Nisei recruited into the United States Army in World War II, Arthur Komori worked undercover in pre-war Manila for the Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC). He worked as a translator and undercover agent both on the front lines and behind the scenes in General MacArthur’s headquarters, always in danger of being branded a traitor by Japan and of misidentification by American soldiers since Japanese Americans were still forbidden from enlisting in the U.S. Army at the time.

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