Booklet page. "Dog that served two nations" essay and photographs

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Kasukabe recounts a dog named "Explosion" who had both been cared for by Japanese and American soldiers on Kiska Island. The dog's Japanese name was "Katsu" and "never failed to attend the cremation services -- giving sad, long howl[s] at dark, foggy, wild and stormy Aleutian waters."

This document has a page number, 23.

Second file shows Explosion with William C. House and the Kiska weather team, captured by Japanese, as written on the photograph. Second photograph shows Explosion with Japanese military.

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2 pages, typescript

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20161025123617_20161025123411

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Kasukabe, Karl: author, “Booklet page. "Dog that served two nations" essay and photographs,” Japanese American Military History Collective, accessed June 16, 2024, https://ndajams.omeka.net/items/show/1056587.