The Codebreaker and the POW: A family legacy of WWII

Event Type: Adult Program
Date: 9/19/2019
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM
 In 1942, one of the darkest years of WWII, Lt. Charles Baugh became a Navy codebreaker while his father, Richmond Baugh, was taken prisoner on Corregidor Island and endured 2.5 years in a Japanese POW camp. In this gripping family saga, Sue Baugh recounts the suffering of the Philippine people during the Japanese occupation, the heroic work of military and civilian codebreakers, and the brutal combat it took to liberate the Philippine Islands.

Location: Large Meeting Room A/B/C
Contact: Donna McCarthy
Contact Number: 847-439-0447 x 226
Presenter: Sue Baugh
Status: Closed