Bataan and beyond: memories of an American P.O.W.

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Texas A & M University Press, 1978 - History - 210 pages
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The book alone is absolutely amazing. The man who wrote it, was even more amazing, he was my great uncle. He helped me with my book reports and was open to discussion and he never lost his love for life! I read the book with my husband many years later and was amazed at the trials, tribulations and amount of death he faced. He never asked for anything in return, just served! I am thankful for all who serve! May God encamp his mighty angels about them as they strive to protect the rest of us. ~Amy 

Contents

On My Way
3
Disaster Strikes
8
New Defense Plans
14
Copyright

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Coleman was an air forece officer assigned to the Philippines. He was a POW for three and a half years.

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