Hhusband and wife authors tell the story of the Bataan Death March, one of the most gruesome episodes of World War II. They draw on interviews with hundreds of American and Philipino survivors as well as the Japanese soldiers who forced sick and starving prisoners on a 66-mile trek to brutal prison camps, where some remained for more than three years.

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  • Elizabeth Norman Professor of humanities at New York University, author of "Women at War" and "We Band of Angels."
  • Michael Norman Professor of journalism at New York University, former reporter for the "New York Times," Marine Corps combat veteran of Vietnam, and author of "These Good Men."

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