BATAAN by Lt. Col. Allison W. Ind


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The extensively detailed diary of an Intelligence Officer, Army Air Corps, gives a record of that branch's but fight through the siege of Bataan. Ind was sent to the Philippines in the Spring of 1941, and the uggish officialdom, and vulnerability of that were obvious to all. With , the new Air Chief, and George, Ind's close friend and superior officer, they tried to rectify the situation -- too late. He and the proof of the defencelessness of the Philippines, the trained as infantry, the planes, the lack of fuel and food, the , the with fabricated bombers, as Col. George went to in Australia, -- with George's -- There's a to the full tributes to a lost cause .

Pub Date: March 14th, 1944
Publisher: Macmillan