The Fighting 442: Live With Honor, Die With Dignity Makes So Cal Debut – July 25, 2010

On July 25, The Fighting 442: Live With Honor, Die With Dignity, a new film by Ann Haneda that documents the heroic exploits of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, the Japanese American unit that fought gallantly in Europe during World War II, makes its Southern California debut at the Japan America Theatre in Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo.

The 442nd is the most decorated unit for its size and length of service in United States military history.

For more information, click on: 442-Live with Honor, Die with Dignity.

KTLA-TV 5 here in Los Angeles aired the following report on the KTLA Morning News on July 22:

 

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