Military Intelligence Exhibit reopens at Northeastern Illinois University

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Apr 20111 Apr 201115

Northeastern Illinois University
Chicago, Illinois
United States

Northeastern Illinois University hosts a reopening of "Winning the Peace" in conjunction with the University's 16th Annual Asian American Heritage Conference. "Winning the Peace" tells the little-known story of the Japanese-language specialists of the Military Intelligence Service (MIS) and their contributions in the Asiatic-Pacific Theater of Operations during and after World War II.

Northeastern's Student Union is open seven days a week, and admission is free. For further information, contact Karen at 773.275.0097, ext. 222.

"Winning the Peace"
April 1-15, 2011
Student Union, 2nd floor Loft
Northeastern Illinois University
5550 N. St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60659

"Winning the Peace" is presented by the Japanese American Service Committee in cooperation with Northeastern Illlinois University; Chicago Nisei Post No. 1183, American Legion; Japanese American Citizens League, Chicago Chapter; Chicago Japanese American Historical Society; and Japanese Mutual Aid Society of Chicago, Tom T. Arai Bequest. Major funding was provided through a grant from the National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior.


intrepidmouse . Last modified Apr 11, 2011 9:01 p.m.

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