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Re: The Tiger Death March
Carmelite Nuns. Seoul.
Carmel and the Korean death march.
by the Korean Carmelites.
St. Teresa's Press, Carmelite Monastery, 1984.
March till they die.
Newman Press, 1956.
Chinnery, Philip D.
Korean atrocity: forgotten war crimes 1950-1953.
Naval Institute Press, 2000.
Biderman, Albert D.
March to calumny; the story of American POW's in the Korean War.
University of Illinois Press, 2000.
There are so many books about Korean War POWs.
I wondered if the North Korean ever published their own Korean War
historical stuff. They should have a veterans organization by now.
I thought the Death March was in WWII. Something new everyday.
Kenworthy, Aubrey Saint.
The Tiger of Malaya; the story of General Tomoyuki Yamashita and "Death
March" General Masaharu Homma.
Exposition Press, 1953.
nice site, http://www.tigersurvivors.org/welcome.html
>From: "J.L. Pearson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: The Tiger Death March
>Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2001 11:09:43 -0700
>Thus far I've been lurking on this list and enjoying it a great deal.
>I'm an author working on a book about the war. It is a biographical
>narrative about four civilian survivors of what went on to be called "The
>Tiger Death March." It will be similar to my current book, BELLY OF THE
>BEAST, which takes place during WWII.
>The Death March occurred between the dates of November 1 and November
>November 8, 1950, and was under the direction of a North Korean major whose
>name they never know. They referred to him simply as the "Tiger". The
>prisoners consisted of a group of 79 multi nationals (many of them
>missionaries) and about 700 GIs. A great many died from exposure or were
>I am in contact with their survivor organization but wondered if anyone on
>the list had any additional information to share, most notably who the
>might have been. I have some additional information regarding their
>whereabouts at the commencement of the march that might be useful in that
>Thanks so much for your help.
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