Okinawa: Art sheds light on spirit of Japanese-American POWs

Okinawa: Art sheds light on spirit of Japanese-American POWs

At the internment camps, internees were called by a number, not their name. Kaneichi Yamaichi, a California farmer, made a nameplate for himself and hung it on one of the barrack doors at the camp to proclaim that he was a human being with a name and 

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