Based on the letters of Earl Philip Reinhalter (1922-1953). Edited by his son, Earl Philip Reinhalter (1950-).
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The 38th Infantry Division's sign "You Are Now Entering Bataan" on Luzon, Philippines.
Their motto, in the upper left corner of the sign, was "Avengers of Bataan."
Some soldiers at camp on Luzon, Philippines in 1945.
Planes on the runway on on Luzon, Philippines in 1945. The song "No Love - No Nothin'" was a 1943 hit for Ella Mae Morse; originally sung by Alice Faye
in the movie The Gang's All Here (1943). There were several planes with this name. The next plane in the line appears to say "Betty Jo."
Camp area, apparently under construction, on Luzon, Philippines, 1945.
An aerial view of Clark Field at Luzon, Philippines, 1945.
Earl at Luzon, Philippines, 1945. In his 10/1/1945 letter, he said that he was chewing gum.
Clark Field at Luzon, Philippines, 1945. Mt. Arayat [not "Ararat"] is in the background.
A church on Luzon, Philippines, 1945.
An aerial view of Clark Field in Luzon, Philippines, 1945. According to his September 11, 1945 letter: "At the lower right-hand corner and in from
the right side of the picture about one inch can be seen a little black strip extending upward diagonally to the left. This strip looks to be
about ¼" long on the picture. Actually, it is the airstrip where I was stationed on Luzon. In the background can be seen Mt. Arayat."
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