PINASABOG ITO NG MGA HAPONES AT ANG MANILA ITINAHALAGANG OPEN CITY
DAHIL GUSTO NILANA MAKUMBINSI ANG MGA AMERIKANO NA SUMAMA SA GRETEST EAST ASIA
Nagsimula ang world war 2 at nung nasakop ang Pilipinas ay itinatag ang puppet republic
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The Bataan Death March was the forced march of American and Filipino prisoners of war by the Japanese during World War II. The 63-mile march began with 72,000* prisoners from the southern end of the Bataan Peninsula in the Philippines on April 9, 1942. The horrible conditions and harsh treatment of the prisoners during the Bataan Death March resulted in an estimated 7,000 to 10,000 deaths.
The Bataan death march, shows how Filipinos are hopeless and powerless in the said era, they were treated drastically and disrespected, Japanese from those time would best fit if a demon would be described, death march is A brutal, barbaric journey through malnutrition, disease, torture, and death. Documentaries try to explain the history of these horrible events, but only those who survived the march actually know how awful and cruel it really was. Filipino and American soldiers were treated like puppets worse treated like animals and even made them drink water from swamps, giving them a little food or some nothing to eat, death march is a literally a march for your own death as if you were like attending your own funeral, like a lily on a drought season, you know you will no longer live but the question would always be when will that time come?
After reading about the Bataan Death March, I think I can honestly say that no one in the time period had a heart. I know cruel actions take place around the world today but not like what happened during the time of World War II, well for the reasons. The reasons that people were treated cruelly were a bit absurd. During this time period it was mostly the Japanese soldiers that didn’t have a heart and were mean to everyone. It's already scary enough to be a POW let alone having other soldiers starve to death, beat to death and worked to death.
Bataan Death March: April 1942. The surrendered Filipinos and Americans soon were rounded up by the Japanese and forced to march some 65 miles from Mariveles, on the southern end of the Bataan Peninsula, to San Fernando.
I think it's letter B. Because all the words or all that events happened in the past
it's letter B. History
The Bataan Death March, Watergate Scandal, and the Bubonic Plague are all historical events that left an impact to the history of humanity. Therefore, among the given choices (Health, Academics, History, and Geography), it is concluded that these events fall under the category of History.
History is a defined as the branch of knowledge that records and explains past events. It means knowing and studying previous important events and occurrences that created an impact to the society.
We will discuss the following events to give an overview to their respective historical significance:Bataan Death MarchThe Watergate ScandalThe Bubonic PlagueBataan Death March
The Bataan Death March was the force transfer of the surrendered Philippine and American Army by the Japanese Military Forces during World War II. There were a total of 76,000, 66,000 of which are Filipino soldiers while 10,000 were American soldiers, who walked the torturous 85 miles in a period of six days.
Read more about the Bataan Death March here:Watergate Scandal
The Watergate Scandal involved former United States President Richard Nixon. Nixon was in vying for the presidency for the 2nd time. He was a re-electionist.
It was discovered that Nixon hired burglars who tried to wiretap phones and steal important documents at the office of the Democratic National Committee located at the Watergate complex in Washington, D.C. The whole fiasco prompted Nixon to resign.
Read more about the controversy of the Watergate Scandal here:
The Bubonic Plague, or also called as The Black Plague, is caused by a bacteria called Yersinia pestis which is usually carried by fleas. The Black Plague was one of the most devastating widespread death in the history of humanity, with deaths worldwide resulting to an estimated 75 to 200 million between 1347 to 1351. The Plague reduced the earth’s total population significantly.
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