by James Bollich
In Bataan Death March: A Soldier's Story, James Bollich provides a chilling, eyewitness account of this gruesome chapter of World War II history. Captured when America surrendered the Philippines' Bataan peninsula, Mr. Bollich survived three and a half years' imprisonment by the Japanese.
From the horrors of the Death March to the cruel deprivations of prison life, he maintained his will to survive, even as his comrades fell beside him and his body wasted to fewer than one hundred pounds.
Soft cover. 222 pages. Printed in the United States.