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    will still remember the gruesome infamous “Bataan Death March” that Filipinos and American troops experienced against the Japanese forces, which was the Fall of Bataan. From December 1941 to May 1942, U.S and the Philippines forces fought desperately to resists against the Japanese invasion of the main island, Luzon. Philippines Defense Organization are consists of United States Armed Forces in the Far East (USAFFE) and appointed commander was General Douglas McArthur and became United States Forces in the Philippines (USFIP) was created after McArthur departed the Philippines to Australia and led by Lieutenant General Jonathan Wainwright along…

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    LCox 9/29/17 World History pt 2 World War 1 and 11 Assignments Battan Death March- World War ll Introduction Lately in the news, I have been hearing is about wars and it is very scary. Just thinking about wars and battles sends chills down my spine. I mean the thought of bloodshed, guns, cannons, loud horns and screaming civilians is something I hope never to experience. This brings to the Bataan Death March, which took place in 1942. It was a battle as if no other many people lost their…

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    Rick Peterson is a survivor of the Bataan Death March which was a brutal journey, but the ones that actually survived the march know how bad it was. I’m not going to go into much detail at the moment because you need to know little about the background. For starters the Japanese rounded up the Americans and Filipinos and forced them to march from mariveles on the southern end of San Fernando. The men were divided into groups that’s how the name became as the Bataan Death March came to be.…

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    the United States, the infamous Bataan Death March of World War II devastated the lives of thousands of Filipinos and Americans alike, completely and utterly blind in its disregard for human life and relentless in its desire for bloodshed. Mere days before the exhausting journey began, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii simultaneously as they began their vicious attack on the Philippines. With the Japanese extremely close to capturing the capital of the Philippines, Manila, the remaining…

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    all Homma Masaharu was help responsible for the death march, “war crime” and was finally executed by a firing squad on the day of April 3rd, 1946. These men listed before were all involved in taking over the Americans, and Filipinos on a 65-mile Death March, from the Southern end of the Bataan Peninsula, all the way to San Fernando (Networks, 2016). This took place several hours right after the…

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    needed for survival. People who are educated enough to know what the Japanese did back in the 1940’s have the mindset of them being cruel and vicious people. However, the Japanese are not as violent and brutal as they were in the Philippine Bataan Death March as they have evolved in economics, culture, and the practice of democracy from U.S. influence (A&E Television Networks, 2014). U.S. General Edward King Jr. was forced to surrender his 75,000 troops at the Bataan Peninsula, on the Luzon…

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    The japanese soldiers captured many soldiers and marched them to a death camp but many of the soldiers were either killed or died of dehydration or starvation. This greatly affected Nathan because he believes that he should have died there with his brothers in arms, and he feels like he owes them everything so he puts that into his work to “save” the people of the congo. In the novel the price family not including nathan want to stay in Bethlehem, Georgia, but Nathans’ stubbornness started a…

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    I lived out a much more exciting life back home than I ever could have here.” she says pointedly. Her sarcastic remark was merely meant to counter The Cheshire Cat’s, but she couldn’t help but feel intense nostalgia of what could have been all those years ago had her decisions been different. Cheshire smiles smugly, “well, my dear. I hear The Hatter was just about ready to throw one of his infamous tea parties, and I really must suggest we get there before all the good seats are obtained. It’d…

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    Spiralling is all the Hatter can feel. When he decided to jump UP the rabbit hole, in search of Alice, he had no idea what to expect. The hole itself is pitch black. But there is a pin prick of light, which is progressively getting bigger as he tumbles farther up. Wonderland is in shambles, the Queen of Hearts destructing all happiness in her wake. The Snow Queen was living prosperously before the Queen of Hearts overthrew her. The only person who has ever been able to save Wonderland is Alice.…

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    As Brutus is to Julius both are not perfect as no one is in this world. Julius Caesar was a man who grew close to his flaws, and was also a man who, as we know more than anything, has power and money and with that he wrote in his will that he granted his money and his gardens to the people of Rome but on the contrary was also a man who flaunted all of what he had to the lower class and from that, he ultimately made people hate him, which eventually led to his own undoing and his death. In the…

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