Who was Tokyo Rose?

Tokyo Rose was a Japanese American named Iva d’Aquino (b. 1916) known for her World War II radio broadcasts aimed at weakening the morale of U.S. servicemen.

Convicted of treason after the war, she received a presidential pardon in 1977.

She had several counterparts, all known as Axis Sally and all broadcasting to GIs in Europe.

The most famous Axis Sallys were Mildred Elizabeth Sisk and Rita Louise Zucca.