Conduct Under Fire
The fierce, bloody battles of Bataan and Corregidor in the Philippines are legendary in the annals of World War II. Those who survived faced the horrors of life as prisoners of the Japanese. In Conduct Under Fire, John A. Glusman chronicles these events through the eyes of his father, Murray, and three fellow navy doctors captured on Corregidor in May 1942. Here are the dramatic stories of the fall of Bataan, the siege of "The Rock," and the daily struggles to tend to the sick, wounded, and dying during some of the heaviest bombardments of World War II.

Conduct Under Fire


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Conduct Under Fire
Four American Doctors and Their Fight for Life as Prisoners of the Japanese 1941-1945
by John A. Glusman

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