Interviewed 28 July 1991
William B. Clark was born in southern Indiana on March 1, 1918, and at the time of this interview was living in Waynetown. In January 1941 William joined the New Mexico National Guard and was sent to the Philippines with the 200th Coast Artillery. Clark's unit surrendered to the Japanese on April 9, 1942 and was forced to march 80 miles on the Bataan death march. After 33 months of captivity, Clark weighed 92 lbs when he was liberated.
The second part of this interview is currently missing.