D'Aquino, Iva Ikuko Toguri

D'Aquino, Iva Ikuko Toguri

(1916–  ) traitoress; born in California. Of Japanese descent, she went to Japan in 1941 to visit her sick aunt. Caught there by the outbreak of World War II, she became one of the voices on Tokyo Radio known to American soldiers as "Tokyo Rose." She was convicted of treason (1949) and spent six years in prison. She was pardoned in 1977 and worked in a Chicago gift shop.