Here is a report outlining somd of what the Japanese did to US and other prisoners. Ultimately, after the war, the United States tried and executed Japanese soldiers and officers for torture as war crimes. Waterboarding was a war crime that resulted in the US convicting and executing Japanese soldiers who employed it.
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- After Action Morning Report from Dutch New Guinea Near Snakey River June 20, 1944
- SSgt. Lelton H. Pittman, (Squad Leader) Company B, 1st Infantry Regiment.
- Soldier’s Account of the Battle of Munoz by SSgt. Lelton H. Pittman, (Squad Leader) Company B, 1st Infantry Regiment.
- Fall 2018 Sightseer
- Operations of the 54th Infantry Regiment, 6th Infantry Division During the Great War