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Frank Dunlap, World War II Interview

By 1941, Frank Dunlap was on the USS President Coolidge heading to Guam, then Manila. He was in a tent city there when he heard Pearl Harbor had been bombed. Two days later, the Japanese were bombing Manila, and US forces, after months of battling back, made a last stand at Bataan. When the US surrendered there in April 1942, Dunlap and 70,000 o... Georgetown County (S.C.)
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