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            "description": "Film that tells the story of the\n  \n   100th Infantry Battalion\n  \n  and\n  \n   442nd Regimental Combat Team\n  \n  through historical footage (including clips from the movie\n  \n\n    Go for Broke!\n   \n\n  ), still photographs and interview with many\n  \n   Nisei\n  \n  veterans, their white commanders, and others tied to the story.\n  \n   American at Heart\n  \n  covers the origin of the units in Hawai'i and Washington, DC, basic training in Camps McCoy and Shelby, their experiences in combat in Europe, and their return to the Hawai'i and the continental U.S. after the war. The film also contrasts the experience of Japanese Americans in Hawai'i vs. those on the West Coast, outlining the mass forced removal and incarceration of the latter. Among those interviewed are\n  \n   General Mark Clark\n  \n  , the World War II commander of the Fifth Army and 15th Army Group in Europe, who discusses what he calls \"the wrong decision\" to send Japanese Americans to \"concentration camps\" and his attempts to convince General\n  \n   John DeWitt\n  \n  to rescind his decision to do so, as well as his glowing descriptions of the Nisei units in combat; Senators\n  \n   Spark Matsunaga\n  \n  and\n  \n   Daniel Inouye\n  \n  on their experiences as members of the 100th and 442nd respectively; and Shig Doi, who takes part in the rescue of the\n  \n   Lost Battalion\n  \n  , only to hear of\n  \n   \"night riders\"\n  \n  attacking his family upon their return to their farm in California. The film ends with scenes from the exhibition\n  \n\n    A More Perfect Union\n   \n\n  at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History.",
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