The Story of Commander Charles "Chick" Parsons

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The Story of Commander Charles "Chick" Parsons

The man that General Douglas MacArthur called "The bravest man he had ever known."

"Chick" Parsons worked for General Douglas MacArthur and created a fleet of special mission submarines dedicated to supplying the guerrilla movement in the Philippines. He was awarded a Bronze Star, Distinguished Service Cross, two Navy Crosses and the Philippines Medal for Valor.



To order your copy of this fantastic DVD-Video please forward a cheque payable to
Peter C. Parsons for $US 25:00 including shipping and handling to:-

Peter C. Parsons
C/- Dolores
6820 Indiana Ave.,
Suite 230, Riverside
CA92506, USA

As Peter also has 3 other DVD's for sale (see below),
please make sure you nominate that you are after a
copy of the
"Secret War in the Pacific" DVD

Please tell Peter C. Parsons that you found out about
his DVD on my "Australia @ War" web site


Peter Parsons has three other DVD's available - They are also $25 (US) each.

1.    Manila 1945: The Forgotten Atrocities. A hard look into the atrocities committed by the Japanese during the Battle of Manila; puts the blame on Gen. Yamashita and those in command above him, up to the Emperor himself. Not “fun” viewing. Many interviews with survivors. 50 minutes plus an additional section.

2.    Ships from Hell. A documentary of the inauguration of the Hellships Monument in Subic Bay. It includes four interviews with American POWs whose experiences include: hellships. Death March, Corregidor, and Cabanatuan. About 90 minute

3.    Unsurrendered: 100 Voices. This tells the story of the guerrillas of the Philippines, Filipinos and Americans, men, women and children. In this video they tell their own stories without a narrator. Over 100 voices here. Lots of WWII footage and stills, in addition to the interviews. Plus an “outtake” section of about 23 minutes.


Special price if you order more than one DVD

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you are interested in more than one DVD    or



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This page first produced 27 August 2005

This page last updated 23 January 2020