The first release of “In Memoriam” has been posted to the Philippine Internment website. This page mainly lists the deaths of over 600 “enemy aliens” who were detained in the civilian internment camps, but includes some of those who escaped internment, or others killed during the fight for liberation. A form for corrections and additions is included on the page. The page can be found under “Internees and Others on the website.
My Pilgrimage in Mission, appears on the Journal’s website. Born in 1936, Prof. Bucher tells that his family was interned in Los Baños in the summer of 1944 and, after liberation, returned to the U.S. with his family on the U.S.S. Admiral E. W. Eberle.Former Los Baños internee, Henry Hale Bucher Jr., recently published an article in the International Bulletin of Missionary Research, which details his experiences in World War II and his later missionary work. The article, titled