along with the allied forces when the Philippines fell to the Japanese,
the Mydans spent the next two years in a POW camp. Early in their internment,
the authorities, realizing that Carl was a famous magazine photographer,
offered them their freedom if they would take pictures for the Japanese.
The Mydans refused.
Late in 1943, they were released in a prisoner exchange and returned to the U.S.
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