Seventy-five years after Japan invaded the furthest tip of the Aleutian chain, Attuans are returning home.
In 1942, there were 44 people living on Attu Island, nearly all Alaska Natives. They were taken as captives to Japan, where half of them died. And after the war, the federal government forbade them from returning.
But in August, a group of 11 descendants finally visited their ancestral home for the first time.