WASHINGTON – A dedication ceremony was held in Washington on Thursday for a memorial built near the U.S. Capitol in honor of the sacrifices made by Americans of Japanese ancestry during World War II.
About 1,000 Japanese-Americans from all over the United States attended the ceremony for the memorial, built on a triangle of federal land in the shadow of the Capitol building.
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