Billy Hatano is greeted by his father and mother, Yoshimasa and Yaeko Hatano, during a homecoming celebration in San Francisco on Aug. 24, 1953.
Billy Hatano is greeted by his father and mother, Yoshimasa and Yaeko Hatano, during a homecoming celebration in San Francisco on Aug. 24, 1953. Photo courtesy Hatano family
Billy Hatano is greeted by his father and mother, Yoshimasa and Yaeko Hatano, during a homecoming celebration in San Francisco on Aug. 24, 1953. Photo courtesy Hatano family

From U.S. internment to Korean War POW, Billy Kazuyoshi Hatano was a survivor

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