1948.10.28 頁367-68 向蔣介石提具體極了的10項說法，很值得一讀。
比較 1949.1.8 胡適日記全集, 第 8 卷: 1940-1952頁376
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Jonathan Mayhew "Skinny" Wainwright IV (August 23, 1883 – September 2, 1953
) was a
career American army officer and the commander of Allied forces in the ...
On April 9, the 70,000 troops on Bataan surrendered under the command of Major General Edward P. King. On May 5, the Japanese attacked Corregidor and on May 6, in the interest of minimizing casualties, Wainwright surrendered. By June 9, Allied forces had completely surrendered.
Distinguished himself by intrepid and determined leadership against greatly superior enemy forces. At the repeated risk of life above and beyond the call of duty in his position, he frequented the firing line of his troops where his presence provided the example and incentive that helped make the gallant efforts of these men possible. The final stand on beleaguered Corregidor, for which he was in an important measure personally responsible, commanded the admiration of the Nation's allies. It reflected the high morale of American arms in the face of overwhelming odds. His courage and resolution were a vitally needed inspiration to the then sorely pressed freedom-loving peoples of the world.