A Marines' Story: 
          4 years as a Japanese P.O.W.
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Alex Kirk said:   March 24, 2013 3:23 pm PST
I will be buying this book shortly. My great-uncle was Harold Stone Kirk, T/Sgt, Army Air Corps, Ser # 6570009, 454th Ord. Sq, captured in the Philippines 5/42. He passed away when I was only 2 in 1962. Today I discovered my Uncle's name on the Fukuoka #3-B Roster right above Sgt. Terence Kirk's! Is there any possibility if any information on my uncle I could be directed to? My grandparents never said much about him other than he died due to his maltreatment during the War. Most kind regards, Alex Kirk Allen, TX

Warren Lamb said:   August 17, 2012 9:53 am PST
I hope they keep making men and Marines like this one. He is a true inspiration, and what makes this country great.

June Jones said:   December 1, 2010 10:55 am PST
I just watched an amazing man tell an amazing story. All people that fight for freedom and against terrorism are people that are made from really strong stuff. I met a man called Noel Davies who was also a Japanese Prisoner of war, sadly he died some years ago and he also wrote of his experiences during that time. The lengths that you went to to document you and your fellow inmates suffering so that everyone should know should be recognised by all. I have also just discovered that I was born on your birthday.

Hector Martinez said:   November 30, 2010 3:49 pm PST
Im in Miami, serve in the arm forces for 3 years, I just watch WWII final days, thank you for your bravery, you honor us all, you selfishless sharre your soul with us! Semper fi! Thanks for giving us a soul!

Johnny Turner said:   September 5, 2010 5:35 pm PST
I am a nam vet and I want to say THANK YOU so much! I really enjoyed the book.

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