You might be able to find some useful information related to your research in these series, which are part of Record Group 331: Records of Allied Operational and Occupation Headquarters, World War II, 1907-1966:
- "Records Relating to Illegal Acts by Japanese in the Philippines, 1945-1948" (NAID 353064) - A description of this series can be found at this link in the National Archives' Catalog: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/353064
- "Case Files Relating to Illegal Acts by Japanese in the Philippines, 1945-1947" (NAID 352602) - A description of this series can be found here in the Catalog: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/352602
For more information about these records, please contact the Textual Reference Branch at Archives II in College Park: Archives2reference@nara.gov
Best of luck with your continued research!
Thank you very much. I am quite new to this research, and this information you have shared with me is very helpful. Thank you so much.
Steve Beal Sr.
Knowing the unit that Reynolds belonged to would be helpful in your search for information. The New Mexico National Guard Museum (formerly the Bataan Memorial Museum) has information regarding the Death March--perhaps they have a list and information on survivors. If Reynolds belonged to either the 200th or 515th Coast Artillery Regiments (Antiaircraft), then the museum most likely has some information as those units originated in New Mexico.
Thank you Alex.
I am new to this stuff and I don't have access to any subscriptions, nor do I really know where to look. Thank you for the direction.
I will check the information you provided. I am searching on behalf of my aunt.
Steve Beal Sr.