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Japanese officer who ordered the death of the POW's on Palawan Island known
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Houston was one of the men massacred by the Japanese here at Palawan.
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Aerial photo showing POW camp where the Palawan Massacre took place; Housto
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Houston was one of the soldiers who lost his life here at these barracks.
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Houston is one of those who lost his life in the Palawan Massacre.
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Bomb damaged Cathedral in Puerto Princessa, Palawan Island, Philippine Islands.
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Church at Palawan, P.I., 15 July 1945.
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This twin-engine Japanese fighter plane of the "Nick" class was found wrecked on Palawan when the U.S. troops invaded the island. Technicians of the 13th AAF service squadron made it fit to fly by salvaging parts from other aircraft damaged by the
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Head-on view of Jap fighter-bomber muzzle of cannon and three-bladed props. Palawan Island, P.I.
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Plane found on Palawan where Houston was one of 140 who lost their lives in
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Captured almost intact on Palawan, this Jap Nick was readied for tests by our pilots. Philippine Islands.
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Japanese "Nick" captured by our forces, shown at Clark Field as it was being put into flying condition by Technical Air Intelligence Unit, SWPA. 1945. Luzon, Philippine Islands.
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Consolidated B-24 'The Super Chief'. Palawan, P.I. 29 July 1945.
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On of our planes from the mission in 1945 on Palawan Island where Houston a
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Ruins at Puerto Princessa, Palawan, Philippine Islands. 21 October 1945.
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Houston was one of the 140 who lost their lives here on the Palawan Island
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Ruins at Puerto Princessa, Palawan, Philippine Islands. 21 October 1945.
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Members of the 886th Operation Co., Chemical Warfare Service (attached to the 42nd Bomb Group) prepare a North American B-25 for smoke screen tests at Palawan, Philippine Islands, in preparation for the invasion of Tarakan, 30 April 1945.
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A North American B-25 of the 886th Operation Company, Chemical Warfare Service (attached to the 42nd Bomb Group) lays a smoke screen during tests at Palawan, Philippine Islands, in preparation for the invasion of Tarakan. 30 April 1945.
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Liberator'S Arrival - A B-24 Of The Jungle Air Force Lands On Newly Repaired Puerto Princesa Airstrip. The Appearance Of Heavies On Palawan Forshadowed Troublous Days For Japs In The Southern Regions Of Indo-China, Borneo And Malaya.
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OFF LIMITS NO LONGER--American troops paid little heed to this sign. They moved onto the Puerto Princessa airdrome without even an excuse-it-please. The airport is now flourishing under new management.
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PRISON-BOUND NIP-this sadist-eyed Jap, a member of the garrison which murdered some 140 American prisoners of war, heads prisonward in the back seat of a Vultee L-5. He was captured in the fighting on Palawan Island, Philippine Islands.
Houston Everett Fletcher and unknown female.
Houston Everett Fletcher and unknown female.
This is Houston Everett Fletcher, the only photo I currently have of my First cousin 1x removed. It was given to me by his first cousin, I have an original photo print. The Fletcher men were very handsome men . When I see his face, the thought of what he and the other U.S. soldiers who were murdered during the Palawan Massacre, my heart breaks and is sick over the cruelty of this horrifying event on 12 December 1914.
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This is one of the soldiers who took part in the Palawan Massacre in which
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Arthur Lawrence LaMountain
Arthur Lawrence LaMountain
Fellow American soldier who lost his life during the Palawan Massacre on 14
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Person:
Houston E Fletcher 1
Level of Education: 2 years of high school 1
Marital Status: Single, without dependents 1
Birth:
1916 1
Oklahoma 1
Residence:
Place: Oklahoma County, Oklahoma 1
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World War II 1

Branch:
Army 1
Enlistment Date:
07 Feb 1941 1
Army Branch:
Coast Artillery Corps 1
Army Component:
Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men) 1
Army Serial Number:
18049901 1
Enlistment Place:
Oklahoma City Oklahoma 1
Enlistment Term:
Enlistment for the Philippine Department 1
Source of Army Personnel:
Civil Life 1
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Race or Ethnicity:
White 1
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Box Number: 0272 1
Film Reel Number: 2.129 1

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