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Eye On America (Japans' War Atrocities On Americans) #362274

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 22, 1995
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(San Antonio: Peter Van Sant) The hellish atrocities committed by the Japanese against American soldiers captured during the war revealed; horrible pictures of American POW's in Japanese concentration camps and scenes of the Bataan death march shown. [Historian and author Gavan DAWES - comments that the Japanese government has never acknowledged or apologized for these malevolent war crimes against the Americans.] [Former prisoners of war Otto SCHWARTZ, lost battalion members Jesse BUMPAS, Kyle THOMPSON, Frank FICKLIN, Frank FUGENA - comment on their experience with the "lost battalion" from Texas as prisoners of the Japanese.] [Ticheshi NAGAZI - comments on his effort to get his countrymen to admit their brutal past.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Van Sant, Peter
Duration:
00:04:10

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