Americans surrender in Bataan

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Americans surrender in Bataan - DISEASE, SHORT RATIONS, EXHAUSTION CAUSE BATAAN...
DISEASE, SHORT RATIONS, EXHAUSTION CAUSE BATAAN DEFENSE TO COLLAPSE WITH PROBABLE LOSS OF 36,853 TROOPS 31STU. S. INFANTRY IN GLORY OF TAKE NEWS WITH EVER SUFFERED RY i JAPANESE WIN PHILIPPINES BY SHEER STRENGTH "i '? Besides Being Outnumbered the I Defenders Tragically Lack-! Lack-! Lack-! ed Air Power, ENEMY ENVELOPES FLANK Washington Has Nothing But praise and Admiration for the Defending Forces. BATAAN' S DEFENSE This Was Only Unit Identified By Stimson in Disclosing Disclosing Sad News. REGIMENT FORMED IN 1916 Had Unique Distinction of Never Never Having Served in the United States. PARENTS OF BOYS THEIRjHINS UP Maywood, A Chicago Suburb, Was the Home of Many Members Members of Tank Corps. MRS. WAINWRIGHT CALM HEAVIEST REVERSAL AN AMERICAN FORCE No Force As Large As 36,853 Destroyed in A Single Battle Battle of Any War. Japs Hurl Back U. S. Troops DINALUPIHAN iOLONGAPO. S: f - - KJ MORON SAMAL BATAAN JJ fr'ABUCAY W IVilaBjKKILAR HISTORIANS CHECK NOTES TOKYO REPORT ON BATAAN TOKYO (From Japanese Broadcasts), Friday, April 10 (j)The Domei News Agency that "60,000 Filipino WASHINGTON, April 9. (JP) The colorful 31st Infantry Regiment, "America's Foreign Legion," shared shared in the glory of the three month defense of Bataan. Last Night Was the Monthly Meeting of the Tank Company Company Auxiliary. x CHICAGO, April 9. (JP) The mothers and fathers of the boys from Maywood and other Chicago suburbs who fought so valiantly in the Philippines today took the news Philippines Only Major Terri tory Wrested From U. S. in the War. WASHINGTON, April 9. (JP) The Final battle of Bataan appeared likely today to be recorded as numerically numerically the heaviest reversal ever suffered suffered by an American force in a BAGAC SAYSAIN KAYBOBO PT. HA T.a W 9 ft LIMAY China Sea MARIVELES CORREGIDOR FORT MILLS FORT HUGHES JT FORT DRUM to 10 MILES PATUNGAN The Japanese hammered at a new line established by the American- American-

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  1. Standard-Sentinel,
  2. 10 Apr 1942, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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