Discover the story of Dorothy Still, a Navy Nurse POW in WWII, who spent three years valiantly providing medical care as a prisoner in a Japanese concentration camp.
in 1942, young Navy nurse Dorothy Still was taken prisoner by the Japanese along with several of her fellow nurses. For the next three years, Dorothy and her colleagues endured deteriorating living conditions. In spite of the difficulties of POW life, Dorothy Still continued to valiantly provide medicial care as a prisoner in the Japanese concentration camp.
Join historian Dr. Emilie Lucchesi for this special presentation recounting Dorothy Still's POW experience.