100-year-old WWII vet passes away in Redmond; survived Japanese slave labor camps

A 100-year-old World War II veteran who survived three and a half years in a Japanese slave labor camp passed away Wednesday in Redmond.

Clarence Cal Graham was captured on Corregidor and was able to escape from the last camp just after the bombing of Hiroshima; he witnessed the bombing of Nagasaki, according to his obituary.

After the war he married his true love, Doris Lueders, and enjoyed a long and happy marriage before her death, his obit continued.

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