They Rode As Champions

Consider the 1945 rescue and repatriation of the Bataan Death March survivors who had been brutally tortured and malnourished at the Cabanatuan prison camp in the Philippines: A convoy of large troop-carrying trucks motored down the road and halted alongside the column.  The prisoners were told to vacate their oxcarts and climb aboard.  For the […]

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