Oral history: Mike Pulice from Eddy County, New Mexico

Mr. Pulice was a Sergeant in Battery F of the 200th Coast Artillery. He avoided the Death March but was a prisoner at Cabanatuan. In September of 1944, Mr. Pulice escaped from captivity when the unmarked ship he was on, the Shinyo Maru, was sunk off the coast of Mindanao in the southern Philippines. Mr. Pulice was one of 83 survivors. View this QuickTime movie in either High Bandwidth (Cable, ISDN) or Low Bandwidth (Modem).
Video excerpt from A New Mexico Story: The Bataan Death March to the Atomic Bomb

From Glorieta Pass to Hollywood, the history of the 111th National Guard. A McGaffey Films video Produced by David Wilson and Aaron Wilson, written and directed by Aaron Wilson.
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New Mexico National Guard's 111th Cavalry

The Guard trains in New Mexico and Texas for war, 1930's until summer, 1941.

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