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Life Under the Japs is the story of Rev. John J. Dugan, S.J., a military chaplain taken as a Japanese prisoner of war in the Philippines after the fall of Bataan in April 1942. His ordeal is relayed through a series of interviews conducted by William de Lue and originally published in the Boston Globe in April 1945. This publication was edited by Joseph P. Duffy, S.J.
Jesuits, New England Province of the Society of Jesus, Military Chaplains, World War II, John J. Dugan S.J., Bataan, prisoners of war
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Dugan, John J. S.J. and Duffy, Joseph P. S.J., "Life Under the Japs: Stories from a Prisoner-of-War Camp" (2016). New England Province History. 8.