At the age of twelve, Satoshi "Fibber" Hirayama was relocated to a war relocation camp during World War II because of his family's Japanese decent. He had just lost his mother to breast cancer and his family was forced to leave their home town in Exeter, California, and "move" to a camp in Poston, Arizona, for three years.
Despite living in the United States for generations, the Hirayama family was rounded up, transported by trains to the desert and held without charge. During their forced relocation, the Japanese-American family lost their farm and their family heirlooms.
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