Puka Puka Parade

After World War II, the veterans of the 100th Infantry Battalion formed Club 100, headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii. A newsletter called “The Puka Puka Parade” was published beginning in April 1946. These newsletters are a chronicle of the lives and activities of the club’s members and contain many articles written by the veterans about their training and combat experiences and their decades-long friendships.

The term "puka" means "hole" in the Hawaiian language. The Battalion was often referred to as "one puka puka", for 100.

All content associated with the Puka Puka Parade is property of the 100th Infantry Battalion Veterans, Honolulu, Hawaii. If you wish to use, distribute, or copy any content of the Puka Puka Parade, please contact the 100th Infantry Battalion Veterans. You must properly cite all work. Contact the 100th: 520 Kamoku Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96826; Phone: (808) 946-0272; Fax: (808) 946-0273; Email: club100vets@gmail.com

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