Tokyo Rose, orphan of the Pacific

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Kodansha International, 1979 - Biography & Autobiography - 248 pages
Recently granted a full and unconditional pardon, Iva Toguri d'Aquino, better known as Tokyo Rose, steadily maintains her innocence as she explains the circumstances that led to her conviction, in 1948, on charges of treason

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With her husband San Francisco Chronicle
From L A to Radio Tokyo

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Masayo Duus, a prize-winning author in Japan, has lived in the United States since 1964 and has written widely on the history of Japanese Americans. Among her other works translated into English are "Tokyo Rose: Orphan of the Pacific, Unlikely Liberators: The Men of the 100th and 442nd," and "The Japanese Conspiracy: The Oahu Sugar Strike of 1920." Peter Duus is Emeritus Professor of History at Stanford University. His most recent book is "The Japanese Discovery of America.