Tokyo Rose, orphan of the Pacific
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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