| Comment by Edee Lemonier on 12/08/2013 @ 20:32:23 GMT|
My grandmother, Lt. Edythe Davenhall, was a nurse in the Philippines and ran an osteo (broken bones) ward. I have pictures of her with "her guys," as she called them. She was there from Aug 2, 1945 to May 21, 1946. She passed away in 2006 and only left a scant few stories of her time there. As I piece together who she was before she married my grandfather, I am reading as much as I can find on this subject. This site, these interviews are treasures and incredible testaments to the strength of the men and women who served there. I feel honored to be able to read these pages and the comments left by survivors and their families.
| Comment by Piscataqua Press on 12/04/2013 @ 19:02:32 GMT|
Hello, we\'ve just published "Deadline-- Captain Charlie\'s Bataan Diary" about Charles Underwood who was also in the Death March and at Camp O\'Donnell and then later at Camp Hitachi in Japan. You can see more about the book at www.piscataquapress.com/underwood
| Comment by Margareta Ohlsson Sweden on 10/24/2013 @ 19:45:35 GMT|
Alf R Larsson was my
granmother´s brothers son.
I was so happy when I found
I will read the book Back to Bataan
| Comment by Virginia Borek on 10/24/2013 @ 16:11:50 GMT|
My dad survived Bataan and Japan, and returned to rejoin the AF. Looking for any info of anyone in army/air Force 60th CAC camp 521. Name was Henry Eldridge Carlin from San Antonio TX. TY firstname.lastname@example.org.
| Comment by Warren Gotthardt on 09/09/2013 @ 18:37:09 GMT|
Thank You Jim! I do appreciate your help. Would you know of any source that could provide me with any additional information on him. Thanks again for this info greatly appreciated. TKS Warren
| Comment by Jim Erickson on 08/30/2013 @ 22:27:56 GMT|
For Warren Gotthardt
Sheldon H Mendelson was a 2nd Lt with the 31st Inf at the surrender of Bataan. He was sent to Japan in Nov 1942 and was liberated from Rokuroshi camp. That\'s all the info I have.
| Comment by R Bruntmyer on 08/28/2013 @ 23:02:34 GMT|
I am searching for a copy of the diary kept by Jack Kelly, who was the Provisional Air Corps the unit\'s commanding officer on Bataan. I understand the war records were destroyed in the fighting on Bataan, but that a diary kept by Jack Kelly, survived. Can you help?
| Comment by Lisa Dawson on 08/19/2013 @ 04:34:02 GMT|
Hello I\'m a death march survivors grand daughter my grandfather was a pow and lost his battle several years back. Is there a list of the survivors that I could see. I\'m very interested in knowing the history because I\'m part Filipino.
| Comment by Ronnie A. Gainer on 08/03/2013 @ 04:40:45 GMT|
Where can I obtain a copy of The Bataan Death March Survivors? I thought this story is very educational, would like to learn more. Am I to understand that all those captured at Bataan were in Prison Camps all the way to the Liberation?
| Comment by Warren Gotthardt on 07/24/2013 @ 14:29:36 GMT|
In 1970-1971, I served with an Army Colonel by the last name of Mendelsohn who claimed to be a survivor of the Bataan Death March. I have been trying to research him, but have not had any luck in finding him among the list of survivors. Can anyone assist in providing any information concerning him. Thank You