war relocation authority washington d c to wra staff members the successful administration of the ijra program es pecially in the relocation centers vill be dependent to a great extent upon an understanding of the cultural background of the japanese people and their american children and grand children john f smbree who recently has assumed responsi bility for documentation of the 7jra program in the office of reports has conducted studies in both japan and hawaii and is recognised by his colleagues as being well qualified to report on japanese race and culture the accompanying notes on dealing vi'ith japanese americans are commended to the atten tion of all wra staff members additional notes of similar nature will be prepared from time to time ff attachment director
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