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  • As the movie progresses, it is noticed that the prisoners were also being starved to death even though the supply was stocked to capacity, but the Japanese soldiers kept everything for themselves and did not give any to the prisoners, nor should they

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      Based on actual events, this movie is about the planned rescue of America POWs (Prisoner of War) that were being help in a Japanese camp. The prisoners there were treated very inhumanely for example, when they first arrived at the

      camp, a group of them were lead into a bunker looking place and were burned to death while the other watched in total disbelief. As the movie progresses, it is noticed that the prisoners were also being starved to death even though the supply was stocked to capacity, but the Japanese soldiers kept everything for themselves and did not give any to the prisoners, nor should they. On the flip side, seeing as how it was coming to the end ...

      • The Great Raid (2005)
      of World War II, officials got information about the death camp and they gave instructions for their soldiers to be rescue, so, this is where the rescue plan was put in action. The night of the raid was a delight
      to see what exactly happened, whether it was taken directly from the history pages or it was something that was made up just for the silver screen, it was just pure brilliance. This is, for lack of a better description, a great movie. Happy viewing!




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