POW/INTERNMENT CAMPS IN ASIA DURING WWII
(This is just a few of the hundreds of camps the Japanese maintained.)
Life was very different before the Japanese made such a mess of things. Click here to see and read about that time, long ago...
Life was equally different after the Japanese were run off. Click here to see and read about this terrible aftershock...
BUT, life goes on....
Many reunions of POW's and Internees have occurred over the years:
Reunion 2008 in Fremont, California
Even today there are people who want to help in any way they can.
Here is one of those stories, In Chase of a Cause by my good friend, William R. Chase, D.D.S., and here is his e-mail address: Bill Chase, firstname.lastname@example.org
PhilippinesAirport Studio near Divisoria
Baguio Internment Camp
Bataan Death March
Bilibid Military Prison Camp
Cabanatuan Military Prison Camp
Davao Penal Colony in Mindanao
Hospicio De San Jose
Los Banos Internment Camp
Mary Bachrach building just behind Manila Hotel
Santo Tomas Internment Camp
POW/Internees at Unknown Camps
BurmaRangoon Prison Camp
JapanAshio (POW Camp 8-D) in Japan
Stanley Camp/Camp Stanley
Chapei Civilian Assembly Center
Bridgehouse Jail in Shanghai
(North of Shanghai) Kiangwan POW Camp
Click here for a list of books about POW/Internment Camps and guerrilla activities in Asia during WWII
Check out the http://home.pacbell.net/fbaldie/Battling_Bastards_of_Bataan.html.
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