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World War II war camp survivor urges vigilance

World War II war camp survivor urges vigilance

The frequent sand storms are one of the things Sally Sudo, an 82-year-old Edina resident, remembers most from the years she and her family were imprisoned in a Japanese American World War II camp after the attack on Pearl Harbor.
She says, “It was so barren that the sand pelted us, and we had to cover our mouths and noses with scarves. It also got inside our tar-paper covered barracks and all over our bedding and everything.”

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