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Artist's Depiction of Yodogawa Prison Camp as a factory.
RGR the artist drew the layout of the Osaka Prison Camp for later records.
Bataan Death March Photograph
The death march began at Cabcabaen Field in the Philippines, and then traveled to Dinalupthen, San Fernando, Caoas,and then to Camp O'Donnell.
Maps of Yodogawa Camp
A map that shows the location of Yodogawa Prison Camp, and the other camps in close proximity.. Additional information on the Yodogawa camp.
Pacific Area Map 1939
Photograph of Lt. Col. William B. Reardon after he left active duty,
Lt. Col Reardon returned to Albuquerque after the war and resumed his career as a principal. He was there for only a short time when he was called as a witness in the war crimes trials in Tokyo, Japan.
Photograph of Lt. Col. William B. Reardon prior to leaving for Tokyo Japan .
Lt. Col. Reardon received a command to return to active duty to testify about the Yodogawa Prison Camp and the treatment the prisoners received from the Japanese guards.
POW Bar Graph on Mortality of Prisoners.
The resource was a sample taken from Major William B. Reardon's journals he kept while a prisoner of Yodogawa Prison Camp.
POW Mortality graphs at Yodogawa
The graphs depict the age level at times of death.Additionally, it shows the cause of death for each of the deceased troops.
Route of Bataan Death March
The Battling Bastards of Bataan