This category is for sites on war crimes involving POW's of the Japanese military during World War II, including the infamous Bataan Death March and forced labor issues.
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Bataan Death March: A Survivor's Story
Personal account of a veteran's World War II experiences on Bataan and Corregidor and the rigors of captivity inflicted by the soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army.
POW Forced Labor Lawsuits Against Japanese Companies
Gives background, U.S. Congressional action on former POW lawsuits, media coverage, and Japanese reaction.
Prisoner Of War
Eyewitness account by Dr. Paul Ashton, medical staff of the US Bataan force, contained in two books, Bataan Diary and a section called And Somebody Gives a Damn.
BBC: Japanese doctor admits POW abuse
A former Japanese navy doctor says he had to experiment on condemned Filipino captives in World War II. (November 26, 2006)
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