Camp O’Donnell after the Death March

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From the prison camps in the Philippines and Japan to the cities and towns of New Mexico, the soldiers and their families survived. The soldiers strengthened by their common identity as New Mexicans, survived by reminding each other of their families, friends, and common experiences back home.

Of O'Donnell:

 

“IT WAS HELL ON EARTH.”

 

— Tony Reyna, C Btry 200th CA(AA)

“Colors of Courage: Sons of New Mexico, Prisoners of Bataan”