Quantcast
  

Wednesday, September 17, 2014         

TO ACCESS SUBSCRIBER CONTENT:
Current Print Subscribers
ACTIVATE account
- OR -
LOGIN or SUBSCRIBE
for full digital access

Local attorney buys rare Japanese Zero fighter relic

By William Cole

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 14, 2014

~~<p>A rare relic from a Zero fighter that crashed in the 1941 Japanese attack will be returned to Pearl Harbor for public display with the patriotism of a Japanese-American family firmly attached to it.</p>
<p>The item, which was hidden for decades, ended up in a box of knickknacks in California and was auctioned this month on eBay.</p>
~~

A rare relic from a Zero fighter that crashed in the 1941 Japanese attack will be returned to Pearl Harbor for public display with the patriotism of a Japanese-American family firmly attached to it.

The item, which was hidden for decades, ended up in a box of knickknacks in California and was auctioned this month on eBay. Login for more...



Login or sign up below for the complete story

Print Subscribers
ACTIVATION
Current print subscribers, activate your premium content account for unlimited online access & commenting
New Subscribers
Find subscription offers in your area and choose the package that suits your reading preferences.

14-DAY PASS
14 day premium online access and commenting ability on StarAdvertiser.com