I had been very fascinated with Bataan ever since a kid, drew "surrounded" battle pictures, fascinated with the doughboy helmet, and had recurring nightmares of hiding while people passed by a few feet from me (happened a lot andwoke everyone up in the house because of my screaming). I was not that interested in the 1945 liberation, nor of the guerrilla activities, just prewar and Bataan. What does that mean? haha! ;D
i don't know..but i came late to become interested in WWII..it all started playing a game...Medal of Honor: Allied Assault..i never did care much about the game's historical value but still trying it out since it's my first FPS game on PC..then from casual gamer to rabid a full blown WWII enthusiast..sadly i am just starting to really delve into the pacific theater since i am only focused on the european theater. It's weird but i do fancy the Third Reich..not as Jew killer but as a near perfect fighting machine..an near invincible armada whose defeat was entirely made up of catastrophic blunder after the other.