On September 30th at 10 a.m., the MacArthur Memorial will unveil its compelling new exhibit, The Price of Unpreparedness: POWs in the Philippines during World War II. This exhibit illuminates a forgotten chapter of history, highlighting the harrowing experiences of 20,000 American and 70,000 Filipino personnel who were captured during a five-month campaign in 1942. Through a compelling collection of artifacts, photographs, personal accounts and interactive displays, visitors will gain insight into the unimaginable hardships endured by these prisoners of war and Allied civilians. This event offers a unique opportunity to pay tribute to their resilience and learn from the lessons of history.
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