2014年09月25日

A Visit to Fort Snelling, MN, where many Japanese Americans graduated from a Millitaly Intelligence Service Language School.

Fort Snelling


 I often visit Minneapolis at Christmas time, as my husband is from there, and I always wanted to visit Fort Snelling, St. Paul, which adjoins Minneapolis. Fort Snelling was the site of a Military Intelligence Service Language School (MISLS) managed by the Military Intelligence Service (MIS) of the US Army during WWU. Most of its students were Nisei, second generation Japanese Americans. They are called MISers.

 Fort Snelling opens only during the summer because of Minnesota’s harsh winter. So, I had no chance to visit there until this summer.

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