Diary of Robert W. Kentner

5-3-44

A large quantity of food supplies were received this date from neutral sympathizers in the City of Manila, this date. Personal messages, cards (fifty word… Read More »5-3-44

5-1-44

Seven (7) well prisoners brought to this camp from Naga, Camarines Sur, P.I. Routine monthly reports submitted to Japanese. Camp census 888. Patient census 466.

4-30-44

Memorial services commemorating those who died in the past year were held in the Bilibid cemetery. Staff and patient personnel were in attendance. Captain N.… Read More »4-30-44

4-27-44

Five (5) truck drivers arrived from Los Banos at 1030 this date. One hundred and fifty (150) patients and above mentioned truck drivers and medical… Read More »4-27-44

4-25-44

Two patients admitted from Port Area work detail at 1000 this date. At 1030 this date eighteen (18) patients admitted from Nielson Field. The following… Read More »4-25-44

4-24-44

A draft of seven (7) patients and twenty (20) well men, departed for Cabanatuan at 1430 this date. Patient census 598. Camp census l,010.

4-22-44

Fifteen (15) patients admitted from prisoner work detail at Clark Field at 1000 this date. Four (4) patients admitted from Pasay at 1800 this date.… Read More »4-22-44