Browning, Horace

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Title

Browning, Horace

Subject

Browning, Horace

Description

Yearbook portrait of Horace Browning
Cause of Death: Prisoner of war drowned after a Japanese ship was attacked by American bombers

Date of Death: 12-1944

Military Branch: Civilian Employee of the Army's Adjutant General's Corps. Browning had been taken prisoner by the Japanese and held captive at the POW camp Cabanatuan in the Phillipines. He had been on the Imperial Japanese Navy "hell ship" the Arisan Maru when it was attacked by American bombers (Source: World War II Prisoners of War Data File, The National Archives)

Denison Involvement: Sigma Alpha Epsilon (Adytum 1925)

Creator

Denison University

Source

The Adytum, 1925

Publisher

Denison University Archives & Special Collections

Date

1945

Contributor

Pantle, Kristen

Rights

Denison University Archives & Special Collections

Format

Photograph, 1"x1.25"

Type

Image

Citation

Denison University, “Browning, Horace,” Digital Exhibits | Denison University Archives & Special Collections, accessed June 15, 2021, http://exhibits.denisonarchives.org/items/show/1278.