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But for the Blood I Bear

But for the Blood I Bear

Eric K. Augspurger


Soldiers weren’t the only casualties...

Rosiland Abe was a beauty-next-door that every American boy could dream of growing up with, pinning away through curtain slits to catch glimpses as she moved through mundane tasks of life. She had it all to offer—attractiveness, intelligence, a strong spirit—but for one thing, one insurmountable obstacle: Roz was of Japanese decent. And so it was, that late October, nineteen hundred and forty-three, Roz and her family stood at the train station with hundreds of other Japanese-American families, watching the great hissing steam engine slow to a stop.

Their only crime was bearing the wrong blood.

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