|Former WWII prisoner of war, Clarence Bramley, passes away the day after the release of 'Unwavering Valor', which details his experiences.|
|SPRINGVILLE, Utah ()-In April, 1942, Clarence Bramley was among the more than 60,000 American and Filipino prisoners of war who survived the Bataan Death March. He spent several months aboard a Japanese "hell ship" before finally being relocated to a forced labor camp in Japan where he spent the duration of the war.|
|About 'Unwavering Valor'|
|Researched and written by retired judge William T. Garner, "Unwavering Valor" details the harrowing experiences of Clarence Bramley and the patriotism and belief that kept him alive. Through the Bataan Death March, prison camps in the Philippines and Taiwan, months aboard a Japanese hell ship, and years imprisoned in a forced labor camp in Kosaka, Japan, Clarence Bramley never gave up.|
Now his powerful, gripping true story of survival and hope comes to light in this fascinating read. Guaranteed to remind you to have faith in yourself, in your country, and in the values for which it stands.
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