A successful Kickstarter project wants to focus on the service of Japanese Americans during World War II, a lesser-told though critical story in the history of the United States military. The Go For Broke Spirit Photo Book aims to capture the fighting bravery of one of World War II’s many storied bands of brothers, the 100th Infantry Battalion/442nd Regimental Combat Team, one of WWII’s most decorated units on the US side. After the start of the war with the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii by Japanese imperial military forces, the United States government began “relocating” American citizens of Japanese ethnicity away from their homes, mainly located on the Pacific coast in places like California. This shameful aspect of the USA’s wartime history serves as a reminder of uncontrolled xenophobia and as a warning against such acts in the future and the US government has expressed regret for these actions. The forced movement of ethnic Japanese people in the United States to the equivalent of incarceration camps in the more interior regions of the country impacted approximately 120,000 people and was authorized by presidential action from Franklin Roosevelt following the Hawaii attack.