Internment camp hidden deep within Central Oahu. | News
The Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii recently sponsored a pilgrimage to a World War II era internment camp. The camp, long ago abandoned, still holds remnants from the effects of war on our local community. Visitors left flower petals at an aqueduct, which was the camp's boundary between the Japanese-Americans who were interned, and prisoners of war, including some Italians and Germans.
The Park Service is looking at turning Honouliuli into an official historic site.
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