Japanese man revisits Guam cave where he hid in World War II

HAGATNA, Guam — A 92-year-old Japanese man has returned to Guam to visit a cave where he hid for nearly a year during World War II. Kiichi Kobayashi told The Pacific Daily News through an interpreter Monday that he’s grateful for island residents and …
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