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If on the other hand multiple histories of discrimination and arrests with regard to the Japanese and its descendants consolidated here exist, on the other hand we have histories of nisseis (second generation) that they had participated of the FEB (Fora Brazilian Expedicionria) and had been sent northward of Italy to fight to the side of the allies against the Axle, in the case the Germans. The children of isseis (second generation) convoked in 1944 had been about 40. Interesting personage, eyewitness of the horrors of the World War II in front Italian for the FEB, was the doctor nissei Massaki Udihara (1913-1981). Devoted catholic, formed in medicine for the University of So Paulo, wrote poetries in English, had domain of the French, Italian language, beyond the Japanese. To the 31 years it was convoked as reservist for FEB in 1944, serving as lieutenant of 6 LAUGHS (Regiment of Infantry) and not as doctor. In its daily on the moments lived deeply in the war, Udihara described in way clearly and direct its impressions of the conflict between 1944 and middle of 1945. The moments lived in the north of Italy are portraied under the optics of an illustrated, pacifist, contrary person the war.

For it ' ' it had moment where I felt the desire to be wild This to only be far from everything isso' '. Unhappyly, the arbitrary arrests and acts on the part of the Brazilian authorities against the Japanese if had become current. The preconception, the lack of preparation and bad-faith of the many commission agents and investigators, mainly in the cities of the interior of the state of So Paulo, favored arbitrary delations, arrests, roberies the residences of immigrants and even though, physical aggressions. But worse still it was for coming, in the seio of the proper Japanese colony, would have beginning a crisis that was silent deep in the soul of each immigrant who lived deeply those years: the Shindo Renmei.

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