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The story of the 100th/442nd Regimental Combat Team.
America 1944. More than 100,000 Japanese Americans are locked up in desolate internment camps. The government gives Japanese Americans one chance to prove their loyalty: forming a special, segregated unit, the 100th/442nd Regimental Combat Team. These soldiers' ultimate mission: upholding the honor of their people.
With so much at stake, the 100th/442nd carved out its place in history, becoming the most decorated — and most decimated — unit of its size in American military history.
Honor Bound is the story of one soldier's march through war and racial turmoil. Passed from Sgt. Howard Hanamura to his journalist daugher, this documentary captures the fears and motivations of a group of men who turned the tide of history.
Bonus features: additional interviews and news highlights. Running time: 58 minutes.
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