Fathers, grandfathers and great-grandfathers and what they did for us. Thank you.
Lester Tenney was out of Chicago, Illinois and into the US Army 192nd Tank Battalion when the Bataan Death March made it’s infamous mark in history. It has been 69 years since since his released ______
“The march became known as the Bataan Death March, not just because of how many died, but because of they way they died. If you stopped, you were killed. If you had a malaria attack and had to stop for help, you were killed. If you had dysentery and had to stop to relieve yourself, you were killed. Without food or water and with constant beatings, the march became unbearable. Seeking a drink of water from a caribou wallow resulted in dysentery and drinking water from a free-flowing artesian well resulted in being killed.
“And how did they kill you? By shooting or bayoneting…
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