Bataan Death March: A Soldier's Story by James Bollich,Jesse Knowles

By James Bollich,Jesse Knowles

This magazine recounts the 65-mile trip, in which prisoners had no foodstuff, water, or leisure. the writer survived the POW camps at the Philippine island of Luzon.

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