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April 18, 1942

The temperature early this morning was biting. It was very cool. This noon it is fair and this afternoon windy and cloudy. 3 men were added to our bedding. They’re Pangasinan people. I was made in charge of my seven other companions. Barracks condition improving a little. Some of the sick were brought to hospital and disposing of waste matter is little bit improved.

Then it comes to food and water, there is always a rush or commotions among us. Oh, my life here in the prisoners camp is but a continuation of hardships, lamentations, sorrows and isolations.