A unique tale of WWII resistance / Japanese American internees refused draft
Annie Nakao, Chronicle Staff Writer Published 4:00 am, Friday, October 26, 2001
Heart Mountain resisters pose in prison-issued suits on July 14, 1946, the day of their release from McNeil Island. Yosh Kuromiya stands in the back row, second from the left. Photo Courtesy Yosh Kuromiya.
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