A skeleton found in California last October has been recognized as a Japanese-American craftsman who was held in a World War Two internment camp.

Giichi Matsumura had gone on a climb with individual internees from the Manzanar internment camp for individuals of Japanese family when he passed on in August 1945.

He left the gathering to paint the scene in isolation when a monstrosity storm hit.

Mr Matsumura was given a scanty internment in the mountains, and subtleties of his demise were in the long run lost to time.

Be that as it may, a year ago, he was rediscovered.

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