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When was the death march?

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There were many of them that took place from February 1945 onward.

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how far did the troops march in the bataan death march


Brno death march happened in 1945.


The Bataan Death March was not a battle. It was a forced death march, e.g. being forced to march at least 80 miles under extreme conditions. Over 10,000 soldiers died during The Bataan Death March.


How many people were in the Bataan Death March?


20,000 died in the death march.


the bataan death march started on April 9, 1941


The Pacific Theater hosted the Bataan Death March.


The prisoners of the Bataan Death March were treated horribly.


The Bataan Death March (also known as The Death March of Bataan)


The Bataan death march, and the Dachau death march, were two separate events. The first was in the Philippines and was perpetrated by the Japanese, and the second was in Germany.


Bataan is a Philippine province , the Bataan Death March was named for this province , where the infamous march started .


No, the Bataan Death March occured in the Philippines in the Pacific Ocean.


The Bataan Death March was wholly negative .


Death March Bataan Death March or Death March of Bataan because they were marched across the penisular of Bataan.


Death march is an march of minium 45 Miles from 1 camps to another camp.


Japanese soldiers forced their American prisoners to undergo the Bataan Death March.


The baton death march can be referring to a lot of different things. This could mean the beginning of war.


The Bataan Death March was stopped by the survivors of it reaching their prison camps. Those who could not march were killed, usually by bayoneting or beheading.


Yes they do. Everyone in the Philippines participate in Bataan Death March Memorial events. Remember, thousands of Filipinos were killed on that march and during the war. The US has a "death march" march in New Mexico every year too.


April 9, 1945 marked the day the POWs from the Bataan Death March were rescued.


As a result of the Bataan Death March, more than 7000 American and Filipino troops died.



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