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This letter from Daniel Hall of Topeka, Kansas, to Senator Arthur Capper, provides insight into the lives of detainees and prisoners of war held by the Japanese military during World War II. Hall details conditions within his camp near Shanghai, China, and requests that Capper use his influence to secure the release of all U.S. citizens being held at the camp.

Creator: Hall, Daniel
Date: June 27, 1942

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Item Number: 216761
Call Number: Arthur Capper Coll. 12, Box 20 Folder: Prisoners of War
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 216761

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