Bataan Death March Prisoner Awarded P...

Bataan Death March Prisoner Awarded Posthumous Purple Heart

There are 25 comments on the Texas Public Radio story from Jun 6, 2011, titled Bataan Death March Prisoner Awarded Posthumous Purple Heart. In it, Texas Public Radio reports that:

A World War II victim of the Bataan Death March was posthumously honored with a Purple Heart today, 69 years after succumbing to wounds inflicted while he was held as a prisoner of the Japanese.

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Since: Mar 11

Ft Mitchell, KY

#25 Jun 8, 2011
This story was about a Filipino. DO learn to read.
Rattle Kattle wrote:
Who cares? Will americans ever get over WW2?
pat toms

UK

#26 Jun 8, 2011
Givemeliberty wrote:
All religions have one thing in common they are effing stupid.
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agree with your comments,but religions are important to some people especially church leaders,blind leaders of the blind,biblical quotation,from bible king james english bible.

Since: Mar 11

United States

#27 Jun 8, 2011
Yes it is very important to their pocketbook!
pat toms wrote:
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agree with your comments,but religions are important to some people especially church leaders,blind leaders of the blind,biblical quotation,from bible king james english bible.

Since: Apr 09

Philippines

#28 Jun 9, 2011
Rattle Kattle wrote:
Who cares? Will americans ever get over WW2?
No we should never get over war. Especially causes and effects and the psychology of why. Nobody looked or learned a thing form Viet Nam but into Iraq we went. Also some societies like Japan who still consider themselves racially superior should always be looked at.

Germany in WWI. Nothing changed, nobody watched or learned and we had WWII. History is the greatest teacher.
tiago

Brampton, Canada

#29 Mar 21, 2013
as far as my parents used to tell me, there was one high ranking official in the 41st division under gen lim and he was a quarter master of the division.his name was lt col juan o chioco who together with gen lim survived the death march.unfortunately for gen lim, he went to join the guerillas and was captured again by the japanese.lt col juan chioco was from sto domingo nueva ecija and became governor after gen mac arthur appointed him to lead the province in liberating from the japanese.its just too bad that this military man never had the respect from the province where he came from and nobody honored his heroism just like when the katipuneros in the spanish war gave honor to their leaders like gen llanera,etc.

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