Cabanatuan Barracks Drawing

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What was life like inside the barracks at Cabanatuan?  This drawing, by an unknown prisoner of war, was found by one of the Rangers who liberated the camp in January of 1945.  The image has this title and description:

Home Sweet Home at Cabanatuan

A typical scene of the barracks, and baracks life of a Prisoner of War in Cabanatuan. (This pencil drawing was found under the cat-walk of one of the barracks at Cabanatuan, by one of the Rangers who went in to release the Prisoners of War there in early 1945. Artist Unknown.)

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Media Credits

Image online, courtesy NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) in an oral history story from a Cabanatuan POW, Commander Ted Morris, Jr.



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