Major Corbett W. Clark, USA (ret.)
is the author of From Hell To Surrender: The Story of a Young WWII Soldier Going To War In The Philippines.
According to the MOAA, “This memoir is Clark's personal account of growing up during the great
depression, joining the 122nd Infantry Regiment of the Georgia National Guard during a time when the country was whispering
of war, and of the his role in the bitter fighting in the Pacific during WWII. He continues with his field artillery training
in preparation for overseas combat assignment. He describes several actual battles and leads you to the final surrender of
the Japanese on north Luzon, Philippine Islands. His stories portray the everyday life of a young soldier serving his country
far away from home. He takes you to the battlefields that he shudders to remember but can never forget.”