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MacArthur's Failures in the Philippines, December 1941 - March 1942
MacArthur's Failures in the Philippines, December 1941 - March 1942 
by Robert C. Daniels

Footnotes and Works Cited

Footnotes

[1]. William A. McGeveran Jr., ed., The Second World Almanac and book of facts, 2005 (New York: World Almanac Books, 2005), 227.

[2]. John Keegan, The Second World War (New York: Penguin Books, 1990), 253.

[3]. John Costello, The Pacific War 1941-1945, (New York: Perennial, 1981), 52-53.

[4]. Ibid., 55-56.

[5]. Keegan, 243.

[6]. Robert C. Daniels, 1220 Days; The story of U.S. Marine Edmond Babler and his experiences in Japanese Prisoner of War Camps during World War II (Bloomington, IN: authorHouse, 2004), 10.

[7]. Eric Morris, Corregidor: The American Alamo of World War II (New York: First Cooper Square Press, 2000), 51.

[8]. Daniels, 8.

[9]. Morris, 51.

[10]. Ibid., 21.

[11]. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_MacArthur, 5 April 2005.

[12]. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._Far_East_Air_Force.

[13]. Costello, 121-123.

[14]. Michael J. Miller, From Shanghai to Corregidor Marines in the defense of the Philippines (Washington D.C.: Marine Corps Historical Center, 1997), 1-2.

[15]. Ibid., 3.

[16]. Morris, 137.

[17]. Clarence K. Larson, A Long March Home 3rd. printing (New York Mills, MN: Parta Printers, 2001), 20.

[18]. Ibid.

[19]. Keegan, 265.

[20]. E. Bartlett Kerr, Surrender and Survival: The Experience of American POWs in the Pacific 1941-1945 (New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1985), 22.

[21].Ibid., 22.

[22].http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._Far_East_Air_Force, 3 April 2005.

[23].Morris, 154,

[24].Ibid., 3-4.

[25].Kerr, 19-20.

[26].Costello, 184.

[27]. Ibid., 49.

[28]. Morris, 22.

[29]. Ibid.

[30]. Costello, 104.

[31]. Ibid., 104.

[32]. Ibid., 105.

[33]. Morris, 22.

[34]. Ibid., 106.

[35]. Costello, 120.

[36]. Ibid., 120.

[37]. Ibid., 134.

[38]. Miller, 5.

[39]. Costello, 141.

[40]. Daniels, 15.

[41]. Costello, 141.

[42]. Ibid., 142.

[43]. Morris, 22.

[44]. Costello, 100.

[45]. Ibid., 141.

[46]. Ibid., 141-142.

[47]. Ibid., 142.

[48]. John Mamerow, as quoted in Donald Knox, Death March; The survivors of Bataan (New York: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1981), 12.

[49]. Costello, 142.

[50]. Morris, 78.

[51]. Costello, 144-145.

[52].  Victor Mapes, as quoted in Donald Knox, Death March; The Survivors of Bataan (New York: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1981), 13.

[53]. Costello, 145-146.

[54]. Miller, 9.

[55]. Ibid., 14.

[56]. Morris, 136.

[57]. Ibid., 137.

[58]. Ibid., 113-177.

[59]. Ibid., 154-157.

[60]. Ibid., 157.

[61]. Ibid., 196.

[62]. Miller, 14.

[63]. Ibid., 14.

[64]. Daniels, 20.

[65]. Miller, 41.

[66]. Costello, 172.

[67]. Morris, 169-174.

[68]. Keegan, 266.

[69]. Ibid., 266.

[70]. Ibid., 166.

[71]. Morris, 23.

[72]. Ibid., 23.

[73]. Costello, 228.

[74]. Keegan, 266.

[75]. Costello, 228.

[76]. Keegan, 266.

[77]. Ibid.

[78]. Miller, 42.

[79]. Linda Goetz Holmes, Unjust Enrichment: How Japan’s Companies Built Postwar Fortunes Using American POWs (Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2001), xvii.

[80]. Miller, 42.

[81]. Morris, 359-363.

[82]. Costello, 144.

[83]. Ibid., 142.

[84]. Morris, 141-142.

[85]. Ibid., 141-142.

[86]. Morris, 241.

[87]. http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/mohiib1.htm, 2 April 2005.

Works Cited

Costello, John. The Pacific War 1941-1945. New York: Perennial, 1981.

Daniels, Robert C. 1220 Days; The story of U.S. Marine Edmond Babler and his experiences in Japanese Prisoner of War Camps during World War II. Bloomington, IN: authorHouse, 2004.

Holmes, Linda Goetz. Unjust Enrichment: How Japan’s Companies Built Postwar Fortunes Using American POWs. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2001.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_MacArthur, 5 April 2005.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._Far_East_Air_Force, 3 April 2005.

http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/mohiib1.htm, 2 April 2005.

Keegan, John. The Second World War. New York: Penguin Books, 1990.

Kerr, E. Bartlett. Surrender and Survival: The Experience of American POWs in the Pacific 1941-1945. New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1985.

Larson, Clarence K. A Long March Home, 3rd. printing. New York Mills, MN: Parta Printers, 2001.

Mamerow, John. Quoted in Donald Knox, Death March; The Survivors of Bataan, 12. New York: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1981.

Mapes, Victor. Quoted in Donald Knox, Death March; The Survivors of Bataan, 13. New York: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1981.

McGeveran, William A. Jr., ed. The Second World Almanac and book of facts, 2005. New York: World Almanac Books, 2005.

Miller, Michael J. From Shanghai to Corregidor Marines in the defense of the Philippines. Washington D.C.: Marine Corps Historical Center, 1997.

Morris, Eric. Corregidor: The American Alamo of World War II. New York: First Cooper Square Press, 2000.

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Copyright © 2007 Robert C. Daniels.

Written by Robert C. Daniels. If you have questions or comments on this article, please contact Robert Daniels at:
rdaniels26@cox.net.

About the author:
Robert Daniels, after retiring from the U.S. Navy as a Chief Petty Officer, received his AA from Tidewater Community College, Virginia Beach, VA, his BA in History from Old Dominion University (ODU), Norfolk, VA, and his MA in Military Studies, Land Warfare from the American Military University (AMU), Manassas Park, VA. He has also written and published two books telling the exploits of both WWII era veterans and civilians: 1220 Days and World War II in Mid-America. Excerpts of these books, as well as access to order autographed copies of them, a short author bio, and info on his current writing projects can be viewed on his web page at http://www.robertcdaniels.com He currently teaches adjunct U.S. and Western Civilization History at Tidewater Community College in Virginia Beach, VA, when not managing a U.S. Coast Guard schoolhouse.

Published online: 4/22/2007.

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