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  • WWII vet shows his 'thousand dot' good luck belt

    Robert Yano shows us his “zendebadi,” a treasured part of his combat legacy during World War II, which took him through Europe as a member of the Army 442nd Regimental Combat Team. The belt has a thousand red dots, sewn by women in the Gila River internment camp and given to him before he left for boot camp. He wore the cloth under his uniform as a good luck talisman to carry into battle.

WWII vet shows his 'thousand dot' good luck belt

Robert Yano shows us his “zendebadi,” a treasured part of his combat legacy during World War II, which took him through Europe as a member of the Army 442nd Regimental Combat Team. The belt has a thousand red dots, sewn by women in the Gila River internment camp and given to him before he left for boot camp. He wore the cloth under his uniform as a good luck talisman to carry into battle.
John Walker The Fresno Bee