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    Rising Son : a US Soldier's secret and heroic role in World War II / Sandra Vea
    PRINTED MATL | Sasquatch Books | 2019
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    Description
    xiii, 304 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
    Note
    "An earlier version of this book was published in 2016 under the title Masao."
    Contents
    One Generations -- Loss of Home -- Home in Japan -- U.S. Under Attack -- Aftermath -- Life of Loneliness -- Finding His Way -- Battle -- Beginning of the End -- Final Journey.
    Bibliography
    Includes bibliographical references.
    Summary
    "Masao is the biography of Masao Abe, a Japanese-American soldier during World War II. Before dying in Seattle in 2013, he served on a secret detail for the US Army to coax Japanese Imperial soldiers to surrender. The story is written by his son's partner, and it relates Masao's difficult position of being viewed as suspicious by fellow American soldiers and as a traitor to his native country by the Japanese"-- Provided by publisher.
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    Masao
    Related To
    Reproduction of (manifestation): Vea, Sandra. Masao [United States] : DMA Books, [2016] (DLC) 2017304280
    ISBN
    9781632172419 :
    1632172410 :
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