I have made a sort of specialty of books on Bataan and Corregidor. Some books I recommend: 1) "Death March" by Donald Knox. An "oral" history with a number of ex-POWs written about 20 years ago. It takes them from when they arrived in the Philippines to their liberation. 2) "Bataan: Our Last Ditch" by John Whitman. The first "modern" telling of the Bataan campaign in some time. Lots of extra details. 3) "Doomed at the Start" by Bill Bartsch. Details the story of the pilots and ground personnel that flew (or serviced) fighters in the Philippines. VERY detailed and comprehensive. 4) "Corregidor: The Saga of a Fortress" by Belote and Belote (brothers). Written a long time ago but still the best "beginning" book on loss and recapture of this island fortress. There are many more but this is a good start.