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"After Karen Matsumoto learns in grad school that her father, Roy, was a war hero, she sets out to learn more about his life. She discovers a complicated story of how Japanese immigrants created lives in America in spite of prejudice and discrimination, of how family ties endured in spite of war and nuclear destruction, of how personal loyalty persisted in the face of massive social injustice. Karen learns how her father's intelligence and bravery saved Merrill's Marauders from certain annihilation. This is an inspiring, beautiful story of a man's extraordinary sacrifice and courage and his daughter's determination to make sure that it is told." — Patrick Hayashi, former associate president, University of California
Running time: 28 minutes
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