Bridge to the Sun: The Secret Role of the Japan­ese Amer­i­cans Who Fought in the Pacif­ic in World War II

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September 1, 2021

One of the last, great untold sto­ries of World War II – kept hid­den for decades – even after most of the World War II records were declas­si­fied in 1972, many of the files remained untouched in var­i­ous archives, often incom­plete or not eas­i­ly located..a grip­ping true tale of courage, brav­ery and adven­ture from Bruce Hen­der­son, mas­ter sto­ry­teller, his­to­ri­an, and New York Times best­selling author of Sons and Sol­diers–the saga of the Japan­ese Amer­i­can U.S. Army sol­diers who fought in the Pacif­ic the­ater, in Bur­ma, Iwo Jima, Oki­nawa, fight­ing two wars simul­ta­ne­ous­ly – their ances­tral nation and back home in Amer­i­ca, with their fam­i­lies, under US Exec­u­tive Order 9066, fac­ing sus­pi­cion and racial hatred, held behind barbed wire in gov­ern­ment intern­ment camps.

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