Yuman's book recounts forgotten story of WWII
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After surrendering, the soldiers were forced march for 63 miles over the course of several days in the scorching heat of the Philippine jungles to Camp O'Donnell, where some of them spent the remainder of the war as prisoners of war. Thousands died. Due to the horrible conditions and harsh treatment the prisoners received, it became known as the Bataan Death March.
Yuman's book recounts forgotten story of WWII.
Having grown up as part of the baby boom generation, Chuck Wullenjohn said it seemed like almost every adult male he met as a child had served in World War II, so it only seemed fitting that the first book he ever gets published is inspired by the heroism of the soldiers who fought, suffered and . Read Yuman's book recounts forgotten story of WWII...