It's been more than 75 years since one of World War II's worst atrocities
Photos from the "Bataan Death March". After the surprise attack on the US fleet at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, Japan turned its focus to elsewhere, sweeping through the Pacific.
An American university student waits for final instructions before taking a picture of the group who visited Camp O' Donnell in Tarlac where thousands of Filipino and American soldiers were held in detention immediately after the Fall of Bataan. (Bernard Testa, InterAksyon)
This march was named the Bataan Death March because of the high number of brutal and gruesome deaths along the road at the hands of the Japanese.
Prisoner of War being executed during the Bataan Death March in 1942