Japanese Prisoner of War interrogated

Japanese Prisoner of War interrogation in Alaska

A Japanese prisoner, one of five captured after a naval engagement in Aleutian waters, was taken to Dutch Harbor, Alaska for questioning. There he found his home-inspired fear of American treatment of prisoners quickly dispelled by Lieutenant Commander Peter C. Holm of the U.S. Navy during the interrogation.

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