Lily (Reiko) (nee Hamaguchi) Yano’s Registration Card, front .
In March, 1941, the RCMP, under the orders of Prime Minister King, began registering Japanese and Japanese Canadians. Afterwards all people above the age of sixteen carried registration cards with them at all times. But wait this was nine months before Pearl Harbour?! Join Raymond and Alexis as they talk about the what, why and how of registration cards.
Lily (Reiko) (nee Hamaguchi) Yano’s Registration Card, back .
Produced and Hosted by Raymond Nakamura and Alexis Jensen
Music by Aiko Saita
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