Private Arthur H. “Bud” Kelder, First Unknown Returned to his Family
Bud’s story is typical of those who died in the Cabanatuan POW camp after surviving the Bataan Death March. He was the first of more than 300 Unknowns to be returned to his family. Why is the Department of Defense dragging their feet on returning all of them?
NPR’s All Things Considered – Grave Science
ProPublicia – Failing the Fallen
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