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American POWs on Japanese ships take a voyage into hell /

Statement of responsibility: by Lee A. Gladwin
by Gladwin, Lee A.
Type: materialTypeLabelMixed materials In: Prologue Magazine (Winter 2003, Vol. 35, No. 4)Subject(s): Jacobs, John M | World War, 1939-1945 -- Prisoners and prisonsOnline resources: Part 1 | Part 2
Contents:
The Oryoku Maru under attack at Olongapo, Luzon, December 14–15, 1944 [image] -- World War II Punch Cards Lead to Story of POWs -- The Shinyo Maru: An Explosion, and Survival, for Some POWs -- A blank later filled in by British Radio Unit Eastern Fleet revealed Shinyo Maru's human cargo [image] -- The Arisan Maru: A Navy Boatswain Survives -- The Oryoku Maru: After Sinking, Many Americans Still POWs -- PART 2: The Brazil Maru passes through the Panama Canal on March 26, 1940 [image] -- The Brazil Maru and the Enoura Maru : Finishing the Journey into Hell -- Counting the Costs : A Search for the Truth -- Number of Ship Sinking Casualties Reported in Different Sources
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The Oryoku Maru under attack at Olongapo, Luzon, December 14–15, 1944 [image] -- World War II Punch Cards Lead to Story of POWs -- The Shinyo Maru: An Explosion, and Survival, for Some POWs -- A blank later filled in by British Radio Unit Eastern Fleet revealed Shinyo Maru's human cargo [image] -- The Arisan Maru: A Navy Boatswain Survives -- The Oryoku Maru: After Sinking, Many Americans Still POWs -- PART 2: The Brazil Maru passes through the Panama Canal on March 26, 1940 [image] -- The Brazil Maru and the Enoura Maru : Finishing the Journey into Hell -- Counting the Costs : A Search for the Truth -- Number of Ship Sinking Casualties Reported in Different Sources

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