American prisoners narrate their experiences of the Bataan Death March after being released from a prison in the Philippines.
Philippines Date:1945 Duration:3 min 31 sec Sound:Yes
United States prisoners after being released from a Japanese prison camp in the Philippines during World War II. American soldiers after being released from the Japanese prison camp. The soldiers loaded in carts. Trucks outside a building. A crippled soldier. The soldiers lying in beds. Two American prisoners introduce themselves and share their experiences about their life at the Japanese prison camp. The first soldier talks about the Bataan Death March to San Fernando from where the prisoners were taken to a prison camp. He says that the captured soldiers were made to march to San Fernando for 3 days and 3 nights and that the prisoners were not provided any food or water. He says that nearly 150 men out of 800 lost their lives during the march. Sergeant Daniel Smith narrates how the Japanese tortured the American soldiers at the prison camp.
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