Multicultural World War II camp

Man standing in weeds comparing photo to landscape

Primarily thought of as an internment site for Hawaiʻi residents of Japanese ancestry, the Honouliuli Camp in central Oʻahu also held Japanese, Okinawan, Korean and European prisoners of war and U.S. citizens of Italian, Irish, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish and Finnish ancestry during World War II. A UH West Oʻahu team is unlocking the site’s long held secrets.