Lester Tenney

Lester Tenney served in the Phillipines during World War Two and was captured at Bataan by the Japanese. He was then a prisoner of war on the Bataan Death March, and forced to labor for a Japanese Company. Many years after the war ended, he wrote "My Hitch in Hell" about the Death March. He also worked to reconcile veterans and the Japanese community after the war.

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