Before you get yourself mixed up in a shooting war you’ve got to be pretty sure whose side you’re on – otherwise people start throwing some nasty words around, like “traitor” for instance.
And for Tommy Nishida, finding out what side he belonged to was difficult, because his father was Japanese and his mother was Australian.
Then the Japanese invaded his home, and young Tommy found out what war was really like.
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