Camp O'Donnell

Camp O'Donnell (120.512E 15.375N) was the location of an uncompleted Philippine Army barracks and airstrip in central Luzon. The Japanese converted the camp into a prisoner of war camp following the Bataan surrender, and it was the destination of the Bataan Death March.

The camp became a hellhole. The commandant, whom the prisoners nicknamed "The Scarecrow", had a platform constructed near the gates from which he could lecture the arriving prisoners:

He would stand on that thing and give a long harangue to all arriving POWs. He would say we were not recognized as prisoners of war. We were nothing! The Japanese were going to fight this war for a thousand years.

Over 23,000 Allied prisoners died from starvation and brutal treatment by June 1942, when the camp was closed and the prisoners transferred to other camps.

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References (accessed 2008-12-19)

Camp O'Donnell: Provost Marshal Report (1945-11-19; accessed 2008-5-16)

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