My Hitch in Hell: The Bataan Death March
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 MarchUser 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
LibraryThing ReviewUser 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