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Stuart Wood memoir, 21 July 2005, undated.

Author: Stuart Wood
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Memoir of Stuart Wood entitled, "Light at the End of the Tunnel's End." Memoir consists of maps and photographs, rosters of prisoners of war and newspaper clippings. In the memoir, Wood describes the fall of the Philippines and his role as G-2 (intelligence officer) for General Jonathan M. Wainwright prior to the surrender of United States forces to the Japanese in March 1942. His life as a prisoner of war (POW) is  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Archives
Personal narratives, American
Named Person: Stuart Wood; Douglas MacArthur; Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright; Frank Merrill; Charles Andrew Willoughby
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Stuart Wood
OCLC Number: 659806932
Notes: Contains the following type(s) of material: memoir.
Description: 1 folder.
Other Titles: Memoir of Stuart Wood
Wood memoir

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Memoir of Stuart Wood entitled, "Light at the End of the Tunnel's End." Memoir consists of maps and photographs, rosters of prisoners of war and newspaper clippings. In the memoir, Wood describes the fall of the Philippines and his role as G-2 (intelligence officer) for General Jonathan M. Wainwright prior to the surrender of United States forces to the Japanese in March 1942. His life as a prisoner of war (POW) is covered in detail with many anecdotes describing the mental and physical privation suffered by all prisoners of the Japanese. His trail of prisoner camps led through Formosa, Okinawa, and eventually to a POW camp near Mukden, China. Following the surrender of the Japanese this group of prisoners contacted with the Russian Army and was evacuated by U.S. forces to the Philippines and eventually to the United States.

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