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Jewish people had to go on a death march before being killed during the Holocaust. Some death marches could last 10 days, and many Jews starved to death before reaching their final destination.

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The baton death march can be referring to a lot of different things. This could mean the beginning of war.

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Approximately sixty-three miles covered in 5-6 days, with no food and very little water.

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Very Long.

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Did the bataan death march create a positive or negative thing?

The Bataan Death March was wholly negative .


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The link below provides a good article on the subject.


What was the event where Japanese forced soldiers to march up the Bataan peninsula?

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