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There are many stories that can be told about World War II, from the tragic to the inspiring. But perhaps one of the most heart-rending experiences was that of the Akune family, divided by the war against each other, and against their own identities. Wendell Oshiro tells the surprising story of this family split apart by war.
Lesson by Wendell Oshiro, animation by Brandon Denmark.
Tagged under: Japan,United States Of America (Country),Immigration,World War II,Japanese internment,War,Prison,Racism,History,American history,Wendell Oshiro,Akune brothers
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