Bataan Recalled

Aviles, Elaine
July 2001
Airman;Jul2001, Vol. 45 Issue 7, p38
Traces the struggles and hardships faced by United States and Filipino soldiers at the Bataan Death March during World War II in Bataan, Philippines. Remarks from survivors of the march about their experiences Number of soldiers who died or were murdered on the march; Commemoration made by New Mexico State Army Reserve Officers Training Corps officers and cadets on the death march anniversary. INSET: Bataan relived.


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