Paul A. Putnam Papers: Transcript of Paul A. Putnam's 1944-1945 diary

Paul A. Putnam Papers: Transcript of Paul A. Putnam's 1944-1945 diary
Folder containing the transcript of a diary written in shorthand by Brigadier General Paul A. Putnam of the United States Marine Corps during his time as a prisoner-of-war in a Japanese camp during World War II. Putnam describes life in the camp in his diary, the prisoners' move from a prison camp in Zentusuji to Rokuroshi, and the reaction of the Japanese to the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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