Any reference source that ignores the burgeoning of information on the interact jeopardizes its utility by doing so. There are countless websites on the history of World War II including oral histories, letters from veterans to family members, electronic journals, library sources, photographs, and other types of information. Any individual interested in the war in the Philippines or any other aspect of World War II has an infinite number of websites with links to other sites. The sites listed below represent a cross-section of places for the student or scholar to begin a search. It is by no means a complete list.
Maintained by Death March survivors and their families. Based in Modesto, California. Includes a number of accounts of the fighting on Bataan as well as the Death March itself. Links to other World War II websites.
The focus of this site is on popular history but contains useful indexing for a number of periodicals with articles on the Philippines in World War II including Aviation History, MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History, Naval History, and World War II. Allows for article searching by subject.