How does this photo confirm or conflict with the passages you just read?

How does this photo confirm or conflict with the passages you just read? Select the best answer. The photo indicates that POW treatment was not as bad as the passages described. The photo shows American and Filipino prisoners separated into two groups. The photo confirms that many prisoners died from their treatment on the march. It's this one The photo has no relation to the passages.

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C. The photo confirms that many prisoners died from their treatment on the march. 

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The photo confirms that many prisoners died from their treatment on the march.

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