Japanese veteran Tsuruji Akikusa (left), with Dan King (right), author of “A Tomb Called Iwo Jima,” holding a Japanese flag that had been brought back to the U.S. as a souvenir during WWll. Mr. Akikusa was able to locate the family of the man to whom it belonged.
Japanese veteran Tsuruji Akikusa (left), with Dan King (right), author of “A Tomb Called Iwo Jima,” holding a Japanese flag that had been brought back to the U.S. as a souvenir during WWll. Mr. Akikusa was able to locate the family of the man to whom it belonged. Mark W. Stevens PBS
Japanese veteran Tsuruji Akikusa (left), with Dan King (right), author of “A Tomb Called Iwo Jima,” holding a Japanese flag that had been brought back to the U.S. as a souvenir during WWll. Mr. Akikusa was able to locate the family of the man to whom it belonged. Mark W. Stevens PBS
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