Pouring of Blackened Canteen WWII relic helps heal U.S.-Japanese rifts

For 26 years a U.S canteen blackened and battered in the midair collision of two B-29 bombers in Japan during World War II — a symbol of the horror of war — has been an instrument of peace and reconciliation at Pearl Harbor.


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