My Hitch in Hell: The Bataan Death March

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Potomac Books, Inc., 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 219 pages
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Captured by the Japanese after the fall of Bataan, Lester Tenney was one of the very few who would survive the legendary Death March and three and a half years in Japanese prison camps. With an understanding of human nature, a sense of humor, sharp thinking, and fierce determination, Tenney endured the rest of the war as a slave laborer in Japanese prison camps. My Hitch in Hell is an inspiring survivor's epic about the triumph of human will despite unimaginable human suffering.

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MY HITCH IN HELL: The Bataan Death March

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A riveting eyewitness account of the notorious Bataan Death March and of three and a half years in enemy prisoner-of-war camps. Tenney was there on December 8, 1941, when a huge and well- equipped ... Read full review

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User Review  - erikssonfamily - LibraryThing

Tenney's memoir of the Bataan Death March is a tough read. It's writing is not challenging, but the images he exposes the reader to can be overwhelming at times. Tenney does reiterate himself quite a ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Lester I. Tenney is a professor emeritus of insurance and finance at Arizona State University. He lives in Carlsbad, California.

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