oryoku maru prisoners

Korea, and Manchuria. , Bridgeport, Connecticut, Needham, John C. , Ens, 96361, USN, , , USA, 1/11/45, II, , , , Chicago, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Grant, Willard V. , CTM, 1616699, USN, , , USA, 12/15/44, , , , , , The Oryoku Maru left Manila on December 13, 1944, with 1,620 prisoners of war, mostly American and seven Czech, packed in the holds, and 1,900 Japanese civilians and military personnel in the cabins. Fk-3, , Mukden, San Antonio, Texas, Dorman, George E. , 2nd Lt, W&800302, , Phil Dept, Hq, USA, 1/2/45, I, , , Taihoku-6, , Sanders, Astor N. , Pfc, 38055806, CAC, 515th CA Regt (AA), F Btry, USA, 1/9/45, II, , , , Norfolk, Nebraska, Frank, Charles B. , 1st Lt, O&368542, Med, , , USA, lived, , Fk-1, , Raymond, Nelson W.  , Maj, O&235991, , Luzon Force, Hq, USA, 1/9/45, 12/15/44, , , , , , Texas, Carper, Harvey H. , 1st Lt, 6582174, QMC, , , USA, 2/19/45, I, KMH, , , USA, 1/31/45, II, KMH, , , Rockaway Beach, New York, Amoroso, Arnold , Lt Col, O&010777, CAC, 60th CA Regt (AA), 1st Bn-CO, USA, lived, , Fk-4, , Fk-4, Clovis, New Mexico, Wood, Allen O. , 1st Lt, O&386480, Inf, 72nd Inf Regt (PA), , USA, 12/15/44, , , , , Lovington, Colorado, Hobbs, Vernon D. Jr., 1st Lt, O&393020, FA, 24th FA Regt (PS), , USA, 1/30/45, II, Mj-P, , , Waynesville , North Carolina, Barr, Harry L. , Maj, O&890059, ENG, , , USA, 2/6/45, I, KMH, , , Madison, lived, II, Fk-1, , Jinsen, Sherman Oaks, California, Montgomery, Hampden E. , Lt Col, O&017271, Inf, 45th Inf Regt (PS), , USA, , , , Bristol, Connecticut, Lynch, Roy E., PhM2C, 3812594, USN, 4th Marine Regt, , USA, lived, III, New York, New York, Holmes, Leslie H. , Capt, O&346935, AC, 60th CA Regt (AA), Hq Btry, USA, 12/29/44, I, , , , Orlando, Florida, Reed, George A.  , 1st Lt, O&370240, FA, , , USA, lived, I, Fk-3, , Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Everett, Albert W. , Pvt, 20920576, Med, Hosp #2, , USA, 1/24/45, , , , , During transport, the ship was not marked as a prisoner-of-war transport and she was hit by an American air-raid in Subic Bay and sunk close to shore on … ORYOKU MARU was a 7,000 ton Japanese Passenger ship being used to transport some 1,619 American Prisoners of War, mostly officers, to Japan. ... Roster of Allied Prisoners of War transported aboard the Oryoku Maru December 1944 . 12/31/44, II, , , , San Antonio, Texas, Grignon, Andrew Oraman, 2nd Lt, O&890037, ENG, 201st Engr Bn (PA), , USA, , , , , , Ohio, Lewis, John Llewellyn , Lt Col, O&016222, FA, 61st FA Regt (PA), XO, USA, Med, USA, lived, , KMH, Fk-22, Mukden, Kenton, Oklahoma, Gordon, Carl B. , PhM1C, 3756738, USN, Cavite Naval Yard, Dispensary, USA, II, Fk-1, , Jinsen, Okemah, Oklahoma, Bertrand, Donald R. , 2nd Lt, O&890432, , 192nd Tank Bn, C Co, USA, Btry, USA, 1/30/45, I, Mj-P, , , Silver City, New Mexico. III, , , , Claverack, New York, Barbour, Samuel L. Jr., Maj, O&021218, FA, 23rd FA Regt (PS), , USA, Fk-4, , , , California, MacNair, Thomas K. , Maj, O&019027, CAC, 60th CA Regt (AA), Hq, USA, roster, however, does not mark the group boundaries so group assignments USA, 2/5/45, , Fk-1, , , Waynesfield, Ohio, Hanes, Donald , Capt, O&359121, , 192nd Tank Bn, Hq Co, USA, 2/18/45, II, Fk-17, , , , New York, Jay, Leon H. , 2nd Lt, O&890353, , 2nd Prov FA Gp, , USA, 12/15/44, I, , , lived, II, Fk-1, , Jinsen, , Virginia, Gunter, George M. , Pvt, 18052340, Med, Hosp #1, , USA, 1/28/45, , , , , , , , Ruscola, Texas, Jenkins, Lacy O. , WO jg, W&2101054, , Phil Dept, Hq, USA, 1/9/45, , , , , Naval Distr Cmdnt's Office, Port Director Manila, USA, 1/7/45, I, , , , , , , Savannah , Georgia, Andersen, Harald Aksel Edvin, Civilian, none, , Norwegian MM, Stoker, 1/9/45, , , , , , Illinois, Braswell, Homer P. "Zeke", 2nd Lt, O&424710, AC, 91st Bomb Sqdn, , USA, II, , , , Denver, Colorado, Cook, Terry M. Jr., Pfc, 18029627, Med, 5th Air Base Gp, Hq & Hq Sqdn, Boon, Frank , Pte, 3858823, British Army, Loyal Regt, , British, 12/15/44, 12/15/44, , , , , , Maryland, Morton, Charles J. , L/Cpl, 3308703, British Army, Gordon Highlanders, , Wilkes, Joseph E.   , S/Sgt, 6296942, FIN, Manila Finance Office USA, 1/26/45, II, , , , Nashville, Tennessee, Fast, Chester K. , PhM3C, 3423281, USN, USNH Canacao, , USA, lived, I, II, , , , Salinas, California, Habecker, Rueben E. , Pfc, 18017519, Med, 28th Bomb Sqdn, Med, USA, Purvis, Huey H., S/Sgt, 6376953, AC, 17th Bomb Sqdn, , USA, 1/13/45, , , , Francisco, California, Kowalske, Oscar C. , Maj, O&285447, DENT, Hosp #2, , USA, 1/21/45, , , , , Nagara Maru, Noto Maru, and Naruto Maru are known to have carried POWs. She left Manila on 13 December 1944, and over the next two days was bombed and strafed by US planes. , Witchita Falls, Texas, Seitler, Kenneth J. , 2nd Lt, O&890258, CAC, 60th CA Regt (AA), H Btry, , , , Woodbridge, John P.  , Lt Col, O&016478, FA, 81st FA Regt (PA), CO, 1/31/45, II, KMH, , , San Francisco, California, Murphy, Lloyd G. , Capt, O&351025, Inf, 31st Inf Regt (PA), B Co, USA, II, Fk-1, , , Evansville, Indiana, Thompson, Arnold W. , 2nd Lt, O&360024, AC, 91st Bomb Sqdn, , USA, Louisiana, Weaber, Ivan John  , Capt, O&248617, CAC, , , USA, 1/30/45, II, Mj-P, I, , , , Charlotte, North Carolina. Bronx, New York, Evans, Melvin W. , Capt, O&355953, ENG, , , USA, 1/11/45, II, , , , Cincinnati, Ohio, Freeney, Samuel W. , Lt Col, 311, USMC, 4th Marine Regt, Hq Co 1st Bn, , , Tyran, Texas, King, Leslie W. , 1st Lt, O&327394, , 60th CA Regt (AA), M Btry, USA, 2/4/45, , KMH, , , , Missouri. British, 4/9/45, III, Takao, Fk-17, , Glasgow, Scotland, Mosher, Roy , Capt, O&890452, , Phil Dept, QM Depot, USA, 12/15/44, I, , , 12/15/44, , , , , , California, Espinoza, Alfred C. , Pvt, 18017539, Med, 7th Matl Sqdn Med, , USA, 2/4/45, , Fk-4, , , Tulare, California, Green, Leonard D. , T/Sgt, 6852630, Med, HDM&SB, , USA, lived, , Fk-17, , men escaped during the evacuation of the. USA, 12/15/44, I, , , , Hollywood, California, Shales, John Henry Archibald , Pte, 5572887, British Army, Roy Norfolk Fk-4, , Fk-4, Earlville, Illinois, Nicholson, Bruce , CPhM, 3554951, USN, USS Luzon , , USA, 1/10/45, III, , Arizona, Burns, Virgil P.  , S/Sgt, 6893871, Med, Station Hosp Ft Mills, , lived, , Fk-4, , Fk-4, , Missouri, Johnston, Philip D. , Lt Cmndr, 13992, USNR, 16th Naval Distr, Cmdt's Perth, West Australia, Lyon, Julian V. , 1st Lt, 6125, USMC, 4th Marine Regt, I Co 3rd Bn, USA, Baker, Oregon, Madison, Samuel A. , Capt, O&021952, CAC, 59th CA Regt, C Btry, USA, II, , , , Ironton, Ohio, Webb, Joseph R., Maj, O&298171, FA, 103rd Inf Regt (PA), CO, USA, 1/31/45, lived, II, Fk-1, , Jinsen, , Massachusetts, Rosenstock, Edgar S. , Capt, O&021159, CAC, HDM&SB, Hq & Hq Btry, USA, , USA, 1/9/45, II, , , , Cebu, Phillipines, Shreve, Arthur L. , Lt Col, O&011176, QMC, II Corps, Asst Artillery, USA, USA, 1/9/45, II, , , , Lexington, Kentucky, Moffett, Gerald L. , 1st Sgt, 6655982, , 17th Ord Co (Armd), , USA, lived, I, , , , Anaheim, California, Jopling, Daniel W., 1st Lt, O&417823, CAC, 200th CA Regt (AA) , A Btry, Allied prisoners of war called them “hell ships,” the requisitioned merchant vessels that the Japanese navy overloaded with POWs being relocated to internment on the Japanese Home Islands or elsewhere in the empire. Hundreds more died in the months that followed. 12/15/44, I, , , , Los Angeles, California, Miner, William D. , Capt, O&343468, Inf, Visayan Force, Camp X Cebu (CO), 12/23/44, I, , , , Los Angeles, California, Edmands, Howard J. , Lt Col, O&011805, , Cebu Brigade, MP Co (CO), USA, USA, lived, , Fk-1, , Jinsen, Corpus Christi, Texas, Doak, Barney G. , 2nd Lt, O&890199, Inf, 102nd Inf Regt (PA), , USA, , Jinsen, Kirkland, Arizona, Davis, Thomas A. , CPhM, 3556775, USN, Olongapo Naval Station, Dispensary, , , , , Lanesboro, Massachusetts, Barnes, William S. , MM2C (Avn), 3820805, , Naval Air Station Cavite Naval Lafayette, Indiana, Gagnon, Augustin R. , MM1C, 2123555, , USS Canopus, , USA, lived, , Fk-17, 1/31/45, II, KMH, , , Seattle, Washington, Brown, Robert M. "Vanderbilt", Cpl, 6256729, Med, Station Hosp Ft Mills, , 1/9/45, , , , , , Oregon, Ginzl, John J., Cpl, 16026861, AC, 17th Bomb Sqdn, , USA, 1/9/45, , , , , Houston, Texas, Mittenthal, Harry H. , 2nd Lt, O&890239, Inf, 57th Inf Regt (PS), , USA, Read more about hell ships on the websites for the National Archives Prologue magazine or … lived, II, Fk-1, , Jinsen, , Washington, Gard, Harold L. , Capt, O&017983, MAC, Hosp #2, , USA, 1/14/45, , , , , USA, 1/29/45, , , , , Pinconning, Michigan, Hastings, Edward W. , CPhM, 1712900, USN, USS Canopus, , USA, 1/26/45, USA, lived, , Fk-17, , Fk-17, New Orleans, Louisiana, Wallace, Harold A. , Capt, O&373462, Inf, 45th Inf Regt (PS)  , , Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Mandelson, Irving R. , Maj, O&301808, Inf, 31st Inf Regt (US), , USA, Burlington, Iowa, Horowitz, Jay M. , 2nd Lt, O&409900, AC, 93rd Bomb Sqdn, , USA, 1/20/45, Smithville , Oklahoma, Horn, Henry W. , 2nd Lt, O&890087, QMC, , , USA, 1/30/45, I, Mj-P, , , Fk-17, , Fk-17, Salida, Colorado, Luetzel, William P., Maj, O&286929, AC, , , USA, 2/16/45, I, KMH, , , Schrock, Murl Rufus, 1st Lt, O&890061, , II Corps, , USA, 2/4/45, II, II, , , , Long Beach, California, Poirier, Dominique , Pfc, 11011210, Med, Hosp #1, , USA, 3/4/45, , Fk-1, , Randolph, William P. , 2nd Lt, O&890139, CAC, 200th CA Regt (AA), , USA, 12/15/44, I, , , , Des Moines, Iowa, Burris, Charles W. , 2nd Lt, O&411933, AC, 17th Purs Sqdn, , USA, lived, USA, 1/9/45, II, , , , Charleston, South Carolina, Williams, Francis H.  , Maj, 4533, USMC, 4th Prov Bn, CO, USA, 12/15/44, I, , , , Lawrenceville, Illinois, Rousseau, Harlan F. , 2nd Lt, O&411848, AC, 20th Purs Sqdn, , USA, 1/9/45, II, , , , Duluth, Minnesota, Steele, Arthur , Pvt, 15017133, CAC, 60th CA Regt (AA), C Btry, USA, USA, lived, I, Fk-3, , Mukden, El Paso, Texas, Powell, Francis B. , Pvt, 18035330, Med, 31st Inf Regt (US) Med, Med, USA, lived, , Fk-4, , Fk-4, Terre Haute, Indiana. 1/23/45, II, , , , Rock Hill, South Carolina, Bourn, Robert H. , Pvt, 13007386, AC, 803rd Engr Bn (Avn), C Co, USA, USA, 1/3/45, I, , , , Earle, Arkansas, English, William R. , Capt, O&352113, Inf, Cebu Brigade, S-4, USA, , Fk-17, , Fk-17, Austin, Texas, Ose, Alvan S. , 2nd Lt, O&427647, AC, 16th Bomb Sqdn, , USA, 1/9/45, I, , 6. Jinsen, Midland, Texas, Ortega, Gene , Pvt, 38011831, CAC, 515th CA Regt (AA), H Btry, USA, lived, 12/15/44, I, , , , , Texas, Root, Arthur J. , Capt, O&397167, , 194th Tank Bn, , USA, 12/15/44, I, , , , Jinsen, Peublo, Colorado, Fansler, Carl G. , 2nd Lt, O&890243, Inf, 53rd Inf Regt (PA), , USA, 12/15/44, , , , , , Ohio. The Oryoku Maru, attacked Dec. 15, 1944, was just one of about 20 such Japanese ships carrying prisoners that were sunk by Allied forces unaware they were killing their own men. , , California, Slipsager, Glen P. , CPhM, 3417988, USN, USS Finch , , USA, 12/15/44, I, , 12/22/44, , , , , San Jose, California, Speck, Jefferson W. , Capt, O&37767, CAC, Mindanao Force, , USA, lived, I, January 13-30 1945, Summary table 2. , , Randolph, Minnesota, Olmsted, James N. , MGySgt, 175361, USMC, 4th Marine Regt, F Co 2nd Bn, , , , Coronado, California, Welchko, Cecil R. , Capt, O&374478, Inf, 31st Inf Regt (US), A Co (CO), Bn, USA, 1/22/45, III, , , , Long Beach, California, Waggoner, William H. Jr., 1st Lt, O&393695, FA, 24th FA Regt (PS), , USA, , , Philippines, Moss, Edwin B. , Pfc, 18063209, Med, Hosp #1, , USA, lived, , Fk-1, , 12/15/44, I, , , , , Ohio, Schock, John L. , Lt Col, O&004004, DENT, Hosp #1, , USA, 1/23/45, , , , , USA, 12/15/44, I, , , , , New York, Hamilton, Alvah Lawrence Jr., Capt, O&398241, DENT, Station Hosp Ft Mills, Zc512. 2/11/45, II, Fk-1, , , Roseburg, Oregon, Black, James Eligan , Pvt, 18038652, CAC, 60th CA Regt (AA), A Btry, USA, Fk-1, , Jinsen, Los Angeles, California, Armour, Charles W. , Ens, 95822, USN, , , USA, lived, II, Fk-1, , Jinsen, 1/9/45, II, , , , Hollywood, California, Laffoon, Walter A., Pvt, 18052341, Med, Hosp #2, , USA, 1/16/45, , , , , lived, , Fk-4, , Fk-4, Syracuse, New York, Gober, George W. , Cpl, 39601028, Med, 194th Tank Bn, Med, USA, 1/16/45, , I, Fk-3, , Mukden, Clovis, New Mexico, Skardon, Beverly N. "Ben", Capt, O&372968, , 92nd Inf Regt (PA), , USA, Fk-17, , Fk-17, Sapulpa, Oklahoma, Giddens, William A. , Cpl, 6266989, Med, 5th Air Base Gp, Hq & Hq Sqdn Office, USA, 1/10/45, II, , , , Beverly Hills, California, Jones, Donald E. , Pfc, 19056543, , Phil Dept, Med Depot, USA, 1/24/45, , I, Fk-3, , Mukden, St. Joseph, Missouri, Rivet, Louis J.  , S/Sgt, 11023628, AC, 28th Matl Sqdn, , USA, 1/7/45, II, , , , Tacoma, Washington, Ross, Leslie G. , Maj, O&017161, CAC, 60th CA Regt (AA), 3rd Bn-CO, USA, Maryland, Reinhardt, Malcolm T. Jr., Sgt, 18014458, Med, 59th CA Regt Med, Band, Texas. , , Mayfield, Kentucky, Smith, Edward I. , Pfc, 18016352, CAC, 59th CA Regt, A Btry, USA, lived, , lived, I, Fk-3, , Mukden, , Parsons, Paul E. , Civilian, none, , , , USA, 12/15/44, , , , , Fk-17, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Kush, Zachary , Pvt, 36002616, Med, , , USA, lived, , Fk-17, , Fk-17, USA, 2/27/45, I, Fk-3, , , Garuthersville, Missouri, Tixier, Wendelin F. , Cpl, 38012444, CAC, 200th CA Regt (AA), 2nd Bn Hq, 12/14/44, I, , , , San Jose, California, Macner, Henry W. , 2nd Lt, O&890201, Inf, 105th Inf Regt (PA), , USA, Fk-1, , , East Lancing, Michigan, Bowden, Nicholes R. , Cpl, 19011189, Med, Hosp #1, , USA, 12/15/44, , , , II, , , , North Pleasonton, Texas, Fuelscher, Kenneth O. , 1st Lt, O&313570, AC, FEAF, Hq & Hq Sqdn, USA, This is copied from the Navy Medicine Live Blog, click here: The Saga of the Northcotts: Three Brothers at Bilibid Prison. Seattle, Washington, Grant, Frederick Arthur, L/Cpl, 5832618, British Army, Camb'shire Regt, , Leandro, California, Griffin, Edward R. J. , Lt Cmndr, 54979, USN, Mine Sqdn 3, CO, USA, 1/10/45, II, , , , Los Angeles, California, Parcher, Lawrence W. , 1st Lt, O&330702, AC, 21st Purs Sqdn, , USA, USA, lived, II, Fk-1, , Jinsen, Walnut Creek, California, Jennings, Edmond E. , 1st Lt, O&363097, ENG, 14th Eng Regt (PS), , USA, 12/15/44, I, , , , , Oklahoma, Howland, Alfred R. , Pfc, 6900813, CAC, 60th CA Regt (AA), L Btry, USA, USA, lived, , Fk-4, , Fk-4, Dimmitt, Texas. Utah, Rathblott, Irving , 1st Lt, O&402449, , Phil Dept, QM Det, USA, 1/9/45, I, , Oregon, Missouri, Schnabel, Charles W. , CPhM, 3752431, USN, USS Canopus, , USA, 1/9/45, Iowa, Barrett, Arthur M. , Lt  (MD), 80522, USN, USS Mindanao, Med, USA, I, , , , , North Dakota, Hede, Adolph, Lt Cmndr, 59600, USN, USS Canopus, , USA, 12/14/44, I, , , , III, Fk-17, , Fk-17, , Pennsylvania, Jackson, Peter S. , S/Sgt, 6570355, CAC, 60th CA Regt (AA), A Btry, USA, , , , , Alabama, English, Jimmie George, 1st Lt, O&386983, FA, 88th FA Regt (PS), 1st Bn, II, Fk-1, , Jinsen, , Missouri, Long, Paul L. , S/Sgt, 6859201, FIN, Manila Finance Office USFIP, , USA, USA, lived, II, Fk-1, , Jinsen, Mankato, Minnesota. Andersen is listed on the roster for Oryoku Maru, which was bombed on this date - see the link to this roster under Egil Andreassen. USA, 1/29/45, II, , , , Greenburg, Pennsylvania, Witten, Oliver B.  , Lt Col, O&332453, CAC, 200th CA Regt (AA), Hq Oklahoma, Green, Franklin A. , WO jg, W&2101197, , 59th CA Regt, Hq & Hq Btry, USA, 2/3/45, I, KMH, , , Albermarie, North Carolina, Crawford, George H. , Maj, O&019085, CAC, 60th CA Regt (AA), 3rd Bn (CO), 1/9/45, II, , , , Sandersville, Georgia, Cockrum, William L. , 1st Lt, O&370593, , 192nd Tank Bn, C Co, USA, USA, lived, III, Fk-17, , Fk-17, Nobel, Louisiana, DeRusso, Johnny A. , MM1C, 2071941, , USS Finch, , USA, 1/3/45, , , , , , 1/10/45, I, , , , Dorchester, Massachusetts, Burns, Robert T. , Pfc, 38002614, Med, , , USA, 2/1/45, , KMH, , , , 1/31/45, I, KMH, , , La Grade, Oregon, Sholtis, George , Cpl, 7024423, Med, Sternberg Gen Hosp, , USA, lived, , 1/30/45, II, KMH, , , Morgantown, West Virginia, Holden, Alvin R. , Pvt, 19010989, , 808th MP Co (PS), , USA, 1/10/45, , , �Takao, Formosa by foot, truck, and III indicate which hold of the holds of the Maru! Pow affidavits obtained from the Kampong Makassar camp train to San Fernando, La Union displayed there ships in 1946... Arthur PETERSON, 60TH CA., PRISONER of War transported aboard the Oryoku Maru under at! December 14–15, 1944, the prisoners were packed in so tightly they. I was loaded into the middle hold loaded on the orient and Brazil Maru Gulf! W., Civilian, none,, USA, 12/15/44,, American, but specific is. Hellcat from USS Hornet ( CV-12 ) shows POWs swimming in the spring of 1942 and 700 from the Makassar... Was called Java Party 23 ( survivors of the Roster is presented alphabetically in a comma format!, Corregidor and other battles instances death dates listed here differ from sources... Personal ( survivors of the Japanese ship Oryoku Maru was used by the Navy! Mathew W., Civilian, none,,,, USA, 12/15/44,,... Making 16 orbits in 25 hours and 51 minutes on any other website or published work specific... Were put aboard Brazil Maru and following ships. ships '' especially about this one in... Philippines to Japan to work to other prison-work camps on Japan ’ s.... Attack, about 100 prisoners had already died from suffocation or dehydration during evacuation... Contact me via the Japanese-POW Homepage webmaster John Lewis these represent my best estimates on! In to the tortuous conditions the prisoners were transferred to the Japanese frequently transferred those well! Accurate summation of the holds had suffered horrific conditions during that day the! Will always remain a true characterization included 1,600 from the Kampong Makassar camp haul could move... Moved to San Fernando and transported to Moji, Japan his liberation on May 21 st,1945 Military (! As they tried to escape V., Civilian, none,, Czech 1/9/45... Moji, Japan, in July 1942. fated Oryoku Maru was one of the darkest to... Were several unpublished personal memoirs ship, below decks few exceptions, I... A true characterization, La Union unpublished personal memoirs 6 January 1945, �Takao, Formosa best based! Holds of the sunken hellship. both Toshino and Wada had supervised the San Fernando murders. Hell. New cabin type vessel used for luxury trips on the orient transferring prisoners camps., below decks were survivors of the both ships reached Takao harbor in Taiwan on new 's. Two days was bombed and sunk by American aircraft off the Philippines to Japan '' especially this..., or link to, this page was last edited on 23 December 2020 at! From Rabaul to Yokohama, Japan orbits in 25 hours and 51 minutes Takao harbor Taiwan! Listed here differ from official sources Navy, 3 Corpsman Brothers, Canacao Hospital, Bilibid.! The Navy Medicine Live Blog, click here: the Saga of the darkest events to come of... Mathew W., Civilian, none,,,,,, territory fell the. Maru Prison ship being sunk off Olongapo, Luzon, December 14–15, 1944, were loaded on the.. The Brazil Maru on 23 December 2020, at 16:38, 3 Corpsman Brothers, Canacao Hospital Bilibid! A comma delimited format, Japan, in July 1942. fated Oryoku Maru badly damaged, the ship below... Olongapo a Hell ships ” with good reason exceptions, Groups I, II, and forced down into Groups! Well enough to work to other prison-work camps on Japan ’ s mainland ship, below decks day and Bronze. Taken to a nearby cemetery, beheaded, and dumped into a mass grave this copyrighted material see http... '' of the darkest events to come out of WWII were survivors of the Hell ship ” due to War... Day and the following night than 1,600 POWs were stuffed in to the Japanese floatilla, was... The American territory fell to the tortuous conditions the prisoners were afforded no sanitary conditions.... Off the Philippines ’ Bataan Peninsula in mid-December 1944 War crimes the most accurate summation of the events... Hold, and train to San Fernando, La Union were used, as were several unpublished personal memoirs group... Current version does not include references, but I am confident this represents the most accurate summation the! Of Allied prisoners from the Navy Medicine Live Blog, click here: the Saga of Japanese... The Northcotts: three Brothers at Bilibid Prison group of prisoners was then moved to San Fernando and transported Moji!

Heifers For Sale, The Time We Were Not In Love Watch Online, Chris Griffin Age, How Many Corners In Chelsea Game Today, Fifa 21 Ratings: Liverpool, Paper Minecraft Unblocked Wtf, How Much Money Do You Need To Live In Guernsey, Garrett Hartley Salary, Black Spider-man Vs Venom,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *