BATAAN DEATH MARCH: A Survivor's Account
With a few others, Dyess escaped the POW camp on Bataan after surviving the Death March, and was among the very first to bring reports of the horrors back to a shocked United States. His story, originally published in 1944, galvanized the nation and remains one of the most powerful personal narratives of American fighting men. Maps & photos.
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Item #: 2951517
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