Of Rice and Men: From Bataan to V-J Day, A Survivor's Story

Of Rice and Men, first published in 1947, is Sergeant Bob Reynolds gritty, down to earth account of his time as a World War Two prisoner of war, first in the Philippines, then in Japan Captured on the Bataan peninsula, Philippines, he was part of the infamous Bataan Death March, followed by internment at Cabanatuan Prison Camp, the Bilibid Prison in Manila, and anotherOf Rice and Men, first published in 1947, is Sergeant Bob Reynolds gritty, down to earth account of his time as a World War Two prisoner of war, first in the Philippines, then in Japan Captured on the Bataan peninsula, Philippines, he was part of the infamous Bataan Death March, followed by internment at Cabanatuan Prison Camp, the Bilibid Prison in Manila, and another stay at Cabanatuan He was then transferred on a cargo ship along with several thousand other prisoners to Japan a journey that took 65 days, an eternity to the cramped, starving prisoners in the holds Reynolds remained in a Japanese prisoner of war camp, laboring in a chemical factory, until the end of the war with Japan in August 1945 At the time of his release his weight had dropped to 127 pounds Included are four photographs.
Of Rice and Men From Bataan to V J Day A Survivor s Story Of Rice and Men first published in is Sergeant Bob Reynolds gritty down to earth account of his time as a World War Two prisoner of war first in the Philippines then in Japan Captured on the

  • Title: Of Rice and Men: From Bataan to V-J Day, A Survivor's Story
  • Author: Bob Reynolds Steve W. Chadde
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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