Perhaps a third of the population was of Japanese ancestry, almost all born here. Herb Bowles had grown up in Japan and his folks were Quaker missionaries there. He spoke fluent Japanese. When the Japanese folks, ladies went to that clinic that he worked within, they preferred him because he was a Japanese-speaking obstetrician, even though, not so much that they could talk to him, but that they knew he had strong sensibilities to supporting the Japanese. And then the reason for that is right at the time of the attack, right after the attack, there was this enormous movement to do what occurred all over the whole West Coast of California, of the United States. An enormous relocation, whether you are an American citizen or not. If you were Japanese, many of the American citizens and all of the non-citizens were transferred to so-called relocation centers. There was a strong move that the same thing occur in Hawaii.