Sergeant Masumi Mitsui and the Japanese Canadian War Memorial

  title={Sergeant Masumi Mitsui and the Japanese Canadian War Memorial},
  author={L. Dick},
  journal={The Canadian Historical Review},
  pages={435 - 463}
  • L. Dick
  • Published 2010
  • History
  • The Canadian Historical Review
For much of the twentieth century, military commemoration operated in a context of pan-Canadian remembrance. This emphasis overlooked the groups outside the mainstream that pursued their own goals through military service and commemoration, which sometimes differed from and challenged the hegemony of national collective memory. A case in point is the Japanese Canadian War Memorial in Vancouver and its intersections with the military service of Masumi Mitsui and other Japanese-Canadian soldiers… Expand
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