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Officers of the 194th Tank Battalion at Fort Lewis, Washington. From the left: Major Ernest Miller, Capt. Clinton Quinlen+, Captain Charles Canby+, Capt. Fred Moffitt, Capt. Bowen*, Capt. Turner*, Capt. John Muir, Lt. Edward Burke, Capt. Hathaway, Lt. Frank Riley, Capt. Ferris Spoor, Lt. Ray Bradford+, Capt. Lymon Johnson, Lt. Arthur Root+, and Lt. Peterson*.

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Camp O'Donnell Memorial Built By The Battling Bastards of Bataan

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Feeding the liberated internees and prisoners of Bilibid...1945.

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Allied Prisoners of War wave at U.S. Navy planes that have just dropped food to them during supply flights over POW camps in the Tokyo area, August 25, 1945.

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This photo shows the POWs at Camp O'Donnell receiving their rations. The food was given in meager portions. Note the Japanese guard walking among the prisoners. The POW directly behind the guard, and walking in the same direction as the guard, is Jim Bashleben of B Company.

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Fukuoka Prison Camp 3,-POW work days began at dawn, where they spent long hours shoveling iron ore, hauling bricks, and cleaning hot furnaces. At their prison camp, the guards beat them severely, particularly after American air raids. Men who fought back were killed.

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