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Bataan and cabanataun in pictures

Bataan and Cabanataun in Pictures

Mrs. Cavell

Honors American History


Corporal jolley s account of the prison camp was most likely

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Corporal Jolley’s account of the prison camp was most likely?

  • A personal reflection

  • Propaganda

  • Documentary of the Pacific Theater


What policy did the americans intercept from the japanese regarding pow camps in the philippines

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What policy did the Americans intercept from the Japanese regarding POW camps in the Philippines?

  • Search and Destroy

  • Bury the Evidence

  • Kill All

  • Never Surrender


Bataan death march
Bataan Death March

  • In January of 1942 the Japanese began to occupy Manila in the Philippines.

  • General MacArthur ordered by FDR leaves Manila and heads to Bataan

  • In April the US surrenders Bataan and the remaining US soldiers are captured and marched for seven days to various POW camps (O’Donnell and Cabanataun, Palawan)



Death march
Death March

  • A rare break





Cabanataun
Cabanataun

  • Men forced to dig their own graves


Torture
Torture

  • Women tortured in camp


Torture1
Torture

  • Man tortured in camp


Kill all policy

Palawan Massacre

Watching fellow POW’s get decapitated were the norm

Kill All Policy


Palawan grave
Palawan Grave

  • Crude grave


The final count at palawan
The Final Count at Palawan

  • Nearly 150 soldiers burned, bayoneted or decapitated


Liberation and rescue at cabanataun
Liberation and Rescue at Cabanataun

  • Skeletal men who survived


Ghost soldiers
Ghost Soldiers

  • Often the men were so frail and thin, they were referred to as ghost soldiers.


Do you think there should be laws governing pow treatment during war

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Do you think there should be laws governing POW treatment during war?

  • Yes…these pictures support that argument.

  • Possibly…difficult to enforce.

  • No…war is not pretty or nice.


Turn and talk
Turn and Talk…

  • 1. With a partner, discuss the possibility of uniform rules regarding POW treatment. Create a list of three things that should never allowed in a POW camp.

  • Discuss how this could be enforced and what punishments for violations.


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