No, he was not inturned. They could not take all the Japanese from Hawaii like they did on the West Coast. However, we were on marshal law and was watched very closely. The security came into our homes and searched every drawer and closet as we stood and watched. It was scary. But that is all behind us and we are privileged to be living in the GREAT USA. Dec. 7, 1941 changed my life forever!
I am an American of Japanese ancestry. I remember Pearl Harbor and saw the attack. My uncle,(Japanese ancestry)fought as an American in WWII and was killed in Italy. He was in the 100th Battalion. He is buried in the National Cemetery of the Pacific, in Punchbowl.