Check out these multimedia productions created by students and GFBNEC interns.
SILENT HEROES (2015)
Christopher Lindsay, winner of our 2014 Student Essay Contest in the high school division, narrates his winning essay in this powerful film produced by student volunteer Alessandra Lichtenfeld.
HISTORICAL TIMELINE (2009)
Created by: Kristin Sakaguchi
A historical timeline of the Japanese American soldiers of WWII.
MEDAL OF HONOR
Created By: Bobby Miyashiro
Media: Hanashi Oral Histories, Flash
A collection of clips from Japanese American Medal of Honor recipients.
Created By: Cody McDermott
Updating and creating pages on information regarding:
- 442nd Regimental Combat team/522nd Field Artillery/232nd Engineers
- 100th Infantry Battalion
- Varsity Victory Volunteers
- Military History of Asian Americans
- Japanese American Service in World War II
YOUTUBE CHANNEL (2006)
Created By: Kristy Nguyen
A YouTube channel featuring videos from the Go For Broke National Education Center and Hanashi Oral History Archives.
THE MIS: BRIDGE TO A NEW JAPAN
The MIS: Bridge To A New Japan is an 11-minute machinima (animated movie) featuring the story of the Military Intelligence Service's (MIS) role in the occupation of Japan in the aftermath of World War II.
THE 522: JAPANESE AMERICAN WITNESSES AT DACHAU
The 522: Japanese American Witnesses at Dachau is a 13-minute machinima (animated movie) featuring the story of the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion's unexpected encounter with Holocaust survivors from a sub-camp and death march near Dachau during the end of World War II.
MACHINIMA: RESCUE OF THE LOST BATTALION
Rescue of the Lost Battalion is a 10-minute machinima (animated movie) featuring the story of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team's rescue of the "Lost Battalion," a Texas unit that was trapped behind enemy lines during World War II.
VOLUNTEERING FROM CAMP
Volunteering From Camp is the first in a series of interactive programs geared toward educating students and the general public about the values of citizenship, patriotism, and leadership embodied in the story of the Japanese American World War II veterans.