Hinako Regier was 9 years old, living with her family in Osaka, Japan, when Japanese forces attacked Pearl Harbor. "I thought we were all going to die," she said. The war left her family financially ruined. Regier moved to the United States in 1957, and she said she has spent much of her life working for peace.
Hinako Regier was 9 years old, living with her family in Osaka, Japan, when Japanese forces attacked Pearl Harbor. "I thought we were all going to die," she said. The war left her family financially ruined. Regier moved to the United States in 1957, and she said she has spent much of her life working for peace. ©2011
Hinako Regier was 9 years old, living with her family in Osaka, Japan, when Japanese forces attacked Pearl Harbor. "I thought we were all going to die," she said. The war left her family financially ruined. Regier moved to the United States in 1957, and she said she has spent much of her life working for peace. ©2011

Lexington woman recalls Pearl Harbor, war from her childhood in Japan

December 06, 2011 12:00 AM

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