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Dr. Harry Abe has swallowed an ocean of pain. At first this is hard to detect, then impossible not to. On a recent Sunday afternoon at his immaculate Long Island townhouse, papered with photos of grandchildren, Abe, 91, was the picture of a gentle family doctor, comfortably retired.
Talk with him a while, though, and the decades fall away. An astounding story emerges. Pick a beginning: 1916, when he is born in Seattle to immigrant Japanese parents. Or 1939, when he graduates from Oregon State University and hopes to head straight to medical school. But schools in those days have strict quotas for the Japanese, and no room for Harry Abe. He bides his time, living with his family while studying for a master's degree and working in a grocery store.
Then comes Pearl Harbor. Tens of thousands of Japanese immigrants and their U.S.-born children are classified as "enemy aliens." In 1942, on the order of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, they are forced into prison camps. Harry's parents and siblings are sent to Minidoka, in Idaho. Harry volunteers for the Army....
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