U.S. Ranger Raid on Cabanatuan, 30 January 1945 Parts I, II, and III — Weapons and Warfare

BACKGROUND On 9 April 1942, Maj. Gen. Edward P. King Jr., commander of the American and Filipino forces on Bataan, surrendered to the Japanese. This marked the end of four months of fighting by the 90,000 Allied troops holding the Philippine island of Luzon. The Japanese rounded up 72,000 prisoners and began the infamous Bataan […]

U.S. Ranger Raid on Cabanatuan, 30 January 1945 Part I — Weapons and Warfare

There is a YouTube video; I removed it as it tends not to play when I do a re-blog – The Great Raid | Official Trailer (HD) | MIRAMAX – YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N51IAYnlNK0 (around 2:42 minutes long)

Here is Part II – U.S. Ranger Raid on Cabanatuan, 30 January 1945 Part II and Part IIIU.S. Ranger Raid on Cabanatuan, 30 January 1945 Part I

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1 Response to U.S. Ranger Raid on Cabanatuan, 30 January 1945 Parts I, II, and III — Weapons and Warfare

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    Looks like a crazy movie!

    Liked by 1 person

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