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Death of last surviving Alaskan taken by Japan during WWII rekindles memories of forgotten battle

  • Golodoff was the last survivor among 41 residents imprisoned in Japan on Attu Island during World War II.
  • The American effort to reclaim Attu Island in 1943 became known as World War II's "forgotten battle."
  • The Attuans lost their homeland and their language, Sakinam Tunuu, is now all but gone.
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