This person was born in New York in 1917 and moved to Torrance, California, during childhood.
This person worked as a corporal and prison guard during World War II and was known for being especially brutal.
This person survived the crash, but had a bad head wound, survived captivity, and was later returned to Indiana.
This person was a Marine officer and a prisoner who organized a system for intelligence gathering.
This person was faithful and supportive and was successful in both school and sports.
This person was a devoted mother and an Italian immigrant who spoke little English at home.
This person was charming and beautiful and had a religious experience after getting married.
This person may have been spying for the Japanese and was a translator for prisoners being interrogated.
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