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Recollections of World War II

Four Sacramentans give their experiences during World War II - Spon Sponable was an Army Air Corps Officer at Clark Field in the Philippines during the December 7th boming; Joy Nozaki Gee was a Nisei who was interned with her family; Ernie Holland was a Canadian military officer at D-Day; and Ken Potter was present at the signing of the Japanese... Pearl Harbor (Hawaii)
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