Yoshiaki Fukuda

was a Konko bishop and missionary. He founded the Konko-kyo Church of San Francisco in 1930 and was the head of the Konko Federation in North America. He was considered a Group A prisoner during World War II and was a vocal leader for Japanese prisoners during the internment of Japanese Americans. Provided by Wikipedia
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    My six years of internment : an Issei's struggle for justice / by Fukuda, Yoshiaki, 1898-1958

    Published 1990
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