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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by Luminita D. Saviuc “We are all alone, born alone, die alone, and—in spite of True Romance magazines—we shall all someday look back on our lives and see that, in spite of our company, we were alone the whole way. I do not say lonely—at least, not all the time—but essentially, and finally, alone. This…

Top Row, left to right: M. Keithly, J.K. White, E.R. Aker, Holcomb, H. Huhn, J. Brown, O’Neil, L.J. Tome, L.E. Meyers, Tarvido, C.T. Hatzer, Wilkinson, H.S. Blair, John E. Dujenski, W.B. Alvis Bottom Row, Left to right: Patman, Waite, D.A. Davidson, MacCracken, Miller, Dixon, L.E.Dillon

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POW Barracks

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Middleside Barracks, March 1942. The barracks housed the reserve company of the 2d Battalion, 4th Marines during the siege.

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Navy Nurse Ex-Prisoners of War beside aircraft which brought them from the Southwest Pacific to Naval Air Station, Honolulu, then Territory of Hawaii, early March 1945. Pictured (left to right): Mary Chapman; Basilia Stewart; not identified; Edwina Todd; Susie Pitcher; Dorothy Still (Terrill); Mary Rose Harrington; Captain Camerer (to rear); Laura Mae Cobb; Dr Pollock (to rear); Margaret Nash; Eldene Paige; Goldie O Haver; Bertha Evans; and Helen Gorzelanski.

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Japanese cemetery on Corregidor.

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Bilibid Prison which was used as a holding tank for American POWs as they waited for transport to Japan or another occupied country

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Niigata, Japan, camp 5B in the late autumn of 1945. this is where my Father & countless POW's were tortured:::

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Topside Parade Grounds with Mile Long Barracks in the background

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