Objects & Places from Ghost Soldiers: The Epic Account of World War II's Greatest Rescue Mission

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Soochow - This was a marine regimental mascot and was kept in regal style at Cabanatuan Camp.

Philippines - This place is a country in Southeast Asia composed of more than 7,100 islands.

Bataan Death March - This was when prisoners had to walk from a peninsula to a prison camp, resulting in a high death toll.

Camp O'Donnell - This place was a United States military facility in the Philippines that became a Japanese prisoner of war camp.

Cabanatuan Camp - This was a place constructed by the Japanese as a centralized location to house prisoners of war.

Cabu River Bridge - This place, located about one mile east of a prison camp had steep embankments that formed a defensive line, and was a tactical point during a raid.

Alamo Scouts - This was a reconnaissance unit formed in 1943 for the U.S. Sixth Army during World...

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