Despite wartime uncertainties, men and women rushed into marriage.
No family had more dislocations during war than Japanese Americans who have long been interned.
After Pearl Harbor, military personnel feared a continental invasion and suspected of secret disloyalty for Japanese Americans.
During the war, African American activists have been engaged in "Double V," mobilizing not only for the victory of the Allied, but as citizens for their own rights.
The sailors randomly attacked their victims, even chased a young boy into the cinema and stripped him of his clothes as the audience encouraged him.