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fort benning ariborne training.jpg
Men parachuting from towers along guide wires

Rice paddies.jpg
Top photograph: French officers holding maneuvers in Vietnamese rice paddies in 1939; bottom photograph: troops and U.S. supplied helicopters in Vietnam in 1964

soldiersontriptonormandy.jpg
Soldiers aboard a ship to Normandy in 1944 listen to a phonograph.

Malaria blower.jpg
Thomas Lindsay, Owensboro, Ky., 28th Malaria Control Detachment, demonstrating to Pvt. John W. Hancock, Humboldt, Tenn., and Pvt. Steve H. Lewis, Oakland, Md., the use of a hand rotary blower to drift a cloud of DDT dust over stagnant water and…

Quezon mark corregidor fall.pdf
President Quezon of the Philippines writes to a father of a fallen soldier of the Battle of Bataan. Quezon also glorifies the actions of those who fought during the battle, both Filipino and American

image-Fighting Filipino.png
President Quezon describes the fighting spirit of the Filipinos who are still fighting against the Japanese forces. The image of the "Fighting Filipinos" depicts a warrior continually waving the banner for freedom against Japan.

50,000 Taken Prisoners.pdf
This serves as an official casualty report of those who died in Bataan both American and Filipino, male and female. This report was provided in 1944 so information of those who were killed before and after the surrender of Bataan forces did not come…

Bataan Torturers.pdf
This article describes MacArthur's determination to revenge American forces and Filipino guerrilla's who died and fought during the Battle of Bataan in the spring of 1942. MacArthur targeted the Japanese soldiers who were responsible for the deaths…

The killer of bataan.pdf
This article describes the Japanese official responsible for the Bataan Death March. General Tomoyuki Yamashita took over command from Lieutenant General Homma and is presumed to be responsible for the attack on Bataan and the death march that…
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