Battle of the Villa Verde Trail, from NARA.


Zd235. This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, Feb.-May 1945, half of the images are only the descriptions.
This imge did not have a readable description but is in sequence with all the other Battle of the Villa Verde Trail and 32nd Division combat images.

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This is an album of about 150 pictures from NARA. They are images in the Record Group 111.
U.S. Army Signal Corps Photographs of Military Activity During World War II and The Korean Conflict
National Archives Identifier: 80681919 Local Identifier: 111-SCA-2968
Creator: Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. (9/18/1947 – 3/1/1964). The NARA URL is, click here:

The Battle of the Villa Verde Trail was fought along the trail and thru the Salacsac Pass joining San Nicolas in Pangasinan and Santa Fe in Nueva Vizcaya across the Caballo Mountains. It was fought by the 32 Division from Feb. to May 1945. Many Filipino residents from the San Nickolas area helped in many ways.
The Japanese lost 5,410 at Salacsac Passes. The Battle of Villa Verde Trail, or the Battle of Salacsac Pass, cost the American 32nd Division, 825 killed, and 2,160 wounded.
For both, the Battle of the Balete Pass and the Villa Verde Trail, the casualties among Filipino Commonwealth regulars, Constabulary and guerrillas were 285 killed and 1,134 wounded in battle. The Japanese 10th Division and 2nd Tank Division were finished as effective combat units.
The above figures came from Wikipedia, click here:

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Zd236. This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, Feb.-May 1945, half of the images are only the descriptions. The description is in the next picture!

Zd237. This is the description for the previous image.

Zd238. This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, Feb.-May 1945, half of the images are only the descriptions. The description is in the next picture!

Zd239. This is the description for the previous image.

Zd240. This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, Feb.-May 1945, half of the images are only the descriptions. The description is in the next picture!

Zd241. This is the description for the previous image.

Zd242. This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, Feb.-May 1945, half of the images are only the descriptions. The description is in the next picture!

Zd243. This is the description for the previous image.

Zd244. A map of the Battle of Villa Verde Trail from files of the 32nd Div. at this URL, click here:

Sketch of the Villa Verde Trail, drawn by CPT Joseph E. Ash, FA liaison with 2D Bn., 127TH Inf. CPT Ash was a Wisconsin National Guard officer; he was a 1LT in HQ Btry., 2D Bn., 120TH FA Regt. in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, when the 32D Div. mobilized on 15 Oct. ’40.

Zd245. A Google Earth map of a greater picture of the area of the Battle of Villa Verde Trail.

Zd246. This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, Feb.-May 1945, half of the images are only the descriptions.
This imgage did not have a readable description but is in sequence with all the other Battle of the Villa Verde Trail and 32nd Division combat images.

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Start of 2nd segment with 8 images.

These pictures can be downloaded in high resolution at this Flickr album, click here:

Zd253. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. In this 2nd segment of 8 pictures the descriptions are so bad that I will not post them and just interpret them as best I can.
111-SCA-Album_2968_015. The description says: Company “H”. 2nd Battalion, 127th Infantry, 32nd Division, firing an 81mm Mortar on Japanese positions on the Villa Verde Trail’

Zd254. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. In this 2nd segment of 8 pictures the descriptions are so bad that I will not post them and just interpret them as best I can.
111-SCA-Album_2968_017. The description says: Pfc. Wayman N. Ramply, left and Cpl. Perry Rowe, operate a 30-caliber heavy machine gun of the 127th Infantry Regiment supporting other element of their regiment on the Villa Verde Trail in the mountains Santa Maria and Santa Fe. Note from Karl: Barrio Santa Maria East is the last barrio in Pangasinan, belonging to San Nicolas Municipality, where the Villa Verde Tail starts.

Zd255. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. In this 2nd segment of 8 pictures the descriptions are so bad that I will not post them and just interpret them as best I can.
111-SCA-Album_2968_019. The description of this image is unreadable. In my opinion we are looking to Yamashita’s Ridge, Mount Imugan, refer to the map, presented earlier in this album. This weapon and crew obviously give fire support on the Villa Verde Trail.

Zd256. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. In this 2nd segment of 8 pictures the descriptions are so bad that I will not post them and just interpret them as best I can.
111-SCA-Album_2968_021. The description of this image is unreadable. In my opinion we are looking west; the near ridge at left is where the Villa Verde Trail ascends from Pangasinan and then crosses over.

Zd257. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. In this 2nd segment of 8 pictures the descriptions are so bad that I will not post them and just interpret them as best I can.
111-SCA-Album_2968_023. The description of this image is almost unreadable. I think, it writes about a “S” curve road in the mountains of the Villa Verde Trail in June 1945. That would be after the battle.

Zd258. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. In this 2nd segment of 8 pictures the descriptions are so bad that I will not post them and just interpret them as best I can.
111-SCA-Album_2968_025. The description of this image is almost unreadable. I think, it writes about the effects of fighting in the mountains of the Villa Verde Trail.

Zd259. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. In this 2nd segment of 8 pictures the descriptions are so bad that I will not post them and just interpret them as best I can.
111-SCA-Album_2968_027. The description of this image is almost unreadable. I think, it writes about a truck on the Villa Verde Trail. Note from Karl: This is a classic view of the Villa Verde Trail today, or better the new highway being build from Pangasinan to Nueva Vizcaya. The view is about 3 to 5 km up from the Pangasinan side and the view is back onto the Pangasinan Plain.

Zd260. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. In this 2nd segment of 8 pictures the descriptions are so bad that I will not post them and just interpret them as best I can.
111-SCA-Album_2968_029. The description of this image is almost unreadable. I think, it writes about the road of the Villa Verde Trail. Note from Karl: This is a classic view of the Villa Verde Trail today, or better the new highway being built from Pangasinan to Nueva Vizcaya. The view is about 2 to 3 km up from the Pangasinan side and the view is back onto the Pangasinan Plain. Referring to the earlier map in this album, down in front runs the Cabalisian River from left to right and that is the area of Santa Maria. Today there are a Santa Maria East and West.

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Start of 3rd segment with 12 images. In this 3rd segment some of the descriptions are so bad that I will post only a few and the rest of them and I will just interpret them as best I can.

The Battle of the Villa Verde Trail was fought along the trail and thru the Salacsac Pass joining San Nicolas in Pangasinan and Santa Fe in Nueva Vizcaya across the Caballo Mountains. It was fought by the 32 Division from Feb. to May 1945. Many Filipino residents from the San Nickolas area helped in many ways’
The Japanese lost 5,410 at Salacsac Passes. The Battle of Villa Verde Trail, or the Battle of Salacsac Pass, cost the American 32nd Division, 825 killed, and 2,160 wounded.
For both, the Battle of the Balete Pass and the Villa Verde Trail, the casualties among Filipino Commonwealth regulars, Constabulary and guerrillas were 285 killed and 1,134 wounded in battle. The Japanese 10th Division and 2nd Tank Division were finished as effective combat units.

These pictures can be downloaded in high resolution at this Flickr album, click here:

Zd271. 111-SCA-Album_2968_031. This imge did not have a readable description but is in sequence with all the other Battle of the Villa Verde Trail and 32nd Division combat images. Note from Karl: I’m sure we are looking in a SW direction where the Villa Verde trail comes from, in San Nicolas, Pangasinan. The photographer is somewhere under the Salacsac Passes, in back of him.

Zd272. 111-SCA-Album_2968_033. The description for this picture is the next image!

Zd273. -111-SCA-Album_2968_034. This image is the description for the previous picture.

Zd274. 111-SCA-Album_2968_035. This image has only a partial readable description but is in sequence with all the other Battle of the Villa Verde Trail and 32nd Division combat images. Note from Karl; I can make out this: that Sgt. Kay. G. Glenn of Logan, Utah is using an improvised shower on the Villa Verde Trail.

Zd275. 111-SCA-Album_2968_037. This image did not have a readable description but is in sequence with all the other Battle of the Villa Verde Trail and 32nd Division combat images. Note from Karl: I’m sure we are looking in a SW direction where the Villa Verde trail comes from, in San Nicolas, Pangasinan. The photographer is somewhere under the Salacsac Passes, in back of him.

Zd276. 111-SCA-Album_2968_039. This image did not have a readable description but is in sequence with all the other Battle of the Villa Verde Trail and 32nd Division combat images. Note from Karl: I’m sure, these are hills on the Villa Verde, between San Nicolas, Pangasinan and the Salacsac Passes, in back of the photographer.

Zd277. 111-SCA-Album_2968_041. The description for this picture is the next image!

Zd278. -111-SCA-Album_2968_042. This image is the description for the previous picture. Note from Karl: This description and the previous image, it is for, don’t seem to belong here. It speaks of the 43rd Div. and the date of the 17th of Aug. 1945.

Zd279. 111-SCA-Album_2968_043. The description for this picture is the next image!

Zd280. -111-SCA-Album_2968_044. This image is the description for the previous picture. Note from Karl: This description and the previous picture is very similar to image # 111-SCA-Album_2968_039

Zd281. 111-SCA-Album_2968_045. The description for this picture is the next image!

Zd282. -111-SCA-Album_2968_046. This image is the description for the previous picture. Note from Karl: The hill numbers are shown on a drawing, presented at the start of this album as picture # 111-SCA-Album_2968_011a

Zd283. 111-SCA-Album_2968_047. The description for this picture is the next image! Filipinos carry supplies on the Villa Verde Trail.

Zd284. -111-SCA-Album_2968_048. This image is the description for the previous picture. Note from Karl: Filipinos carry the supplies. The battle of the Villa Verde Trail lasted from Feb. to May. 1945. All the Filipino helpers came from the Pangasinan side. Even today, the official name of the San Nicolas high school is the Red Arrow High School. The 32nd Inf. Div. must have had a big impact on San Nicolas during the war.

Zd285. 111-SCA-Album_2968_049. The description for this picture is the next image!

Zd286. -111-SCA-Album_2968_050. This image is the description for the previous picture.

Zd287. 111-SCA-Album_2968_051. The description for this picture is the next image! Filipinos repair the Villa Verde Trail.

Zd288. -111-SCA-Album_2968_052. This image is the description for the previous picture. Note from Karl: I believe the photographer meant to say, Filipinos help to repair the Villa Verde Trail. The battle of the Villa Verde Trail lasted from Feb. to May. 1945. All the Filipino helpers came from the Pangasinan side. Even today, the official name of the San Nicolas high school is the Red Arrow High School. The 32nd Inf. Div. must have had a big impact on San Nicolas during the war.

Zd289. -111-SCA-Album_2968_053. Filipinos repair the Villa Verde Trail. Note from Karl: I believe the photographer meant to say Filipinos help to repair the Villa Verde Trail. The battle of the Villa Verde Trail lasted from Feb. to May. 1945. All the Filipino helpers came from the Pangasinan side. Even today, the official name of the San Nicolas high school is the Red Arrow High School. The 32nd Inf. Div. must have had a big impact on San Nicolas during the war.

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Start of 4th segment with 7 images, plus one map image and one description image. In this 4th segment some of the descriptions are so sparse that I will post only one and for the rest of images and I will write explanations as best I can.

The Battle of the Villa Verde Trail was fought along the trail and thru the Salacsac Pass joining San Nicolas in Pangasinan and Santa Fe in Nueva Vizcaya across the Caballo Mountains. It was fought by the 32 Division from Feb. to May 1945. Many Filipino residents from the San Nickolas area helped in many ways’
The Japanese lost 5,410 at Salacsac Passes. The Battle of Villa Verde Trail, or the Battle of Salacsac Pass, cost the American 32nd Division, 825 killed, and 2,160 wounded.
For both, the Battle of the Balete Pass and the Villa Verde Trail, the casualties among Filipino Commonwealth regulars, Constabulary and guerrillas were 285 killed and 1,134 wounded in battle. The Japanese 10th Division and 2nd Tank Division were finished as effective combat units.

The above figures came from Wikipedia, click here:

These pictures can be downloaded in high resolution at this Flickr album, click here:

Zd290. 111-SCA-Album_2968_055. This is a view of the Villa Verde Trail and of 32nd Division combat images. Note from Karl: I’m sure we are looking in a West direction where the Villa Verde trail comes from San Nicolas, Pangasinan. The photographer is on the Caraballo Mountains Spur; the Salacsac Passes and Yamashita Ridge, actually Mt. Imugan would be to the right of the photographer.

Zd290b. A Google Earth image of the Villa Verde Trail to support this 4th Seg. of 7 images

Zd291. 111-SCA-Album_2968_057. About 1 ½ mile up the Villa Verde Trail from the start of the trail at Barrio Santa Maria, part of the San Nicolas Municipality in Pangasinan.

Zd292. 111-SCA-Album_2968_059. Vehicles, bull dozer, Filipinos in a walking supply train, all in the mud of the Villa Verde Trail. This could be anywhere along the Battle of the Villa Verde Trail but the description says: this is at Station 19.

Zd293. 111-SCA-Album_2968_061. This could be along the Battle of the Villa Verde Trail as shown on the Google Earth image, image #Zd290b.

Zd293a. -111-SCA-Album_2968_062. This image is the description for the previous picture.

Zd294. 111-SCA-Album_2968_063. This curve could be anywhere along the Villa Verde Trail. The description says: GIs are walking around the curve. Note from Karl: I believe, I see a Filipino working party resting in the curve.

Zd295. 111-SCA-Album_2968_065. The description says: Telephone lines strung along the 32nd Div. Road as it approaches the Villa Verde Trail.

Zd296. 111-SCA-Album_2968_067. The description says: People are crossing the pontoon bridge at the Villa Verde Trail. Note from Karl: I’m sure this must be the Cabalisian River, where indeed a bridge is now and it is the start of the Villa Verde Trail from the Pangasinan side. Refer to the maps in this album.

We have an extensive web/forum pages about the Villa Verde Trail and the Balete Pass, click here:

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Start of 5th segment with 7 images and 7 images descriptions.

The Battle of the Villa Verde Trail was fought along the trail and thru the Salacsac Pass joining San Nicolas in Pangasinan and Santa Fe in Nueva Vizcaya across the Caballo Mountains. It was fought by the 32 Division from Feb. to May 1945. Many Filipino residents from the San Nickolas area helped in many ways’
The Japanese lost 5,410 at Salacsac Passes. The Battle of Villa Verde Trail, or the Battle of Salacsac Pass, cost the American 32nd Division, 825 killed, and 2,160 wounded.
For both, the Battle of the Balete Pass and the Villa Verde Trail, the casualties among Filipino Commonwealth regulars, Constabulary and guerrillas were 285 killed and 1,134 wounded in battle. The Japanese 10th Division and 2nd Tank Division were finished as effective combat units.

The above figures came from Wikipedia, click here:

These pictures can be downloaded in high resolution at this Flickr album, click here:

Zd797. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 5th segment of 7 pictures and 7 image descriptions.

Zd798. -This image is the description for the previous image.

Zd799. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 5th segment of 7 pictures and 7 image descriptions.

Zd800. -This image is the description for the previous image.

Zd801. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 5th segment of 7 pictures and 7 image descriptions.

Zd802. -This image is the description for the previous image.

Zd803. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 5th segment of 7 pictures and 7 image descriptions.

Zd804. -This image is the description for the previous image.

Zd805. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 5th segment of 7 pictures and 7 image descriptions.

Zd806. -This image is the description for the previous image.

Zd807. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 5th segment of 7 pictures and 7 image descriptions.

Zd808. -This image is the description for the previous image.

Zd809. -This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 5th segment of 7 pictures and 7 image descriptions.

Zd810. -This image is the description for the previous image.Note from Karl: 38th Div. must be a typo! This is the 32nd Div.

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Start of 6th segment with 8 images and 8 images descriptions; also 2 maps are provided.

The Battle of the Villa Verde Trail was fought along the trail and thru the Salacsac Pass joining San Nicolas in Pangasinan and Santa Fe in Nueva Vizcaya across the Caballo Mountains. It was fought by the 32 Division from Feb. to May 1945. Many Filipino residents from the San Nickolas area helped in many ways.
The Japanese lost 5,410 at Salacsac Passes. The Battle of Villa Verde Trail, or the Battle of Salacsac Pass, cost the American 32nd Division, 825 killed, and 2,160 wounded.
For both, the Battle of the Balete Pass and the Villa Verde Trail, the casualties among Filipino Commonwealth regulars, Constabulary and guerrillas were 285 killed and 1,134 wounded in battle. The Japanese 10th Division and 2nd Tank Division were finished as effective combat units.

The above figures came from Wikipedia, click here:

These pictures can be downloaded in high resolution at this Flickr album, click here:

Zd813. This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 6th segment of 8 pictures and 8 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zd814. This image is the description for the previous image.

Zd815. A map of the Battle of Villa Verde Trail from files of the 32nd Div., Click here:

Sketch of the Villa Verde Trail, drawn by CPT Joseph E. Ash, FA liaison with 2D Bn., 127TH Inf. CPT Ash was a Wisconsin National Guard officer; he was a 1LT in HQ Btry., 2D Bn., 120TH FA Regt. in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, when the 32D Div. mobilized on 15 Oct. ’40.

Note the arbitrary hill numbers at the Salacsac Passes area.

Zd816. A Google Earth image with some of the Villa Verde battle hills marked in by Karl Welteke where he believes they are located at today. He has visited this area of the Salacsac Passes many times to study the terrain.

Zd817. This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 6th segment of 8 pictures and 8 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zd818. This image is the description for the previous image.

Zd819. This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 6th segment of 8 pictures and 8 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zd820. This image is the description for the previous image.

Zd821. This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 6th segment of 8 pictures and 8 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zd822. This image is the description for the previous image.

Zd823. This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 6th segment of 8 pictures and 8 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zd824. This image is the description for the previous image.

Zd825. This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 6th segment of 8 pictures and 8 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zd826. This image is the description for the previous image.

Zd827. This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 6th segment of 8 pictures and 8 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zd828. This image is the description for the previous image.

Zd829. This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of the 6th segment of 8 pictures and 8 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zd830. This image is the description for the previous image.

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Start of 7th segment with 9 images and 9 images descriptions.

The Battle of the Villa Verde Trail was fought along the trail and thru the Salacsac Pass joining San Nicolas in Pangasinan and Santa Fe in Nueva Vizcaya across the Caballo Mountains. It was fought by the 32 Division from Feb. to May 1945. Many Filipino residents from the San Nickolas area helped in many ways.

The Japanese lost 5,410 at Salacsac Passes. The Battle of Villa Verde Trail, or the Battle of Salacsac Pass, cost the American 32nd Division, 825 killed, and 2,160 wounded.

For both, the Battle of the Balete Pass and the Villa Verde Trail, the casualties among Filipino Commonwealth regulars, Constabulary and guerrillas were 285 killed and 1,134 wounded in battle. The Japanese 10th Division and 2nd Tank Division were finished as effective combat units.

The above figures came from Wikipedia, click here:

These pictures can be downloaded in high resolution at this Flickr album, click here:

Zf099. The description for this picture is in the next image! This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of my 7th segment of 9 pictures and 9 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zf100. This image is the description for the previous image, Villa Verde Trail in WWII from the 32nd Inf. Div. in the Philippines.

Zf101. The description for this picture is in the next image! This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of my 7th segment of 9 pictures and 9 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zf102. This image is the description for the previous image, Villa Verde Trail in WWII from the 32nd Inf. Div. in the Philippines.

Zf103. The description for this picture is in the next image! This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of my 7th segment of 9 pictures and 9 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zf104. This image is the description for the previous image, Villa Verde Trail in WWII from the 32nd Inf. Div. in the Philippines.

Zf105. The description for this picture is in the next image! This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of my 7th segment of 9 pictures and 9 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zf106. This image is the description for the previous image, Villa Verde Trail in WWII from the 32nd Inf. Div. in the Philippines.

Zf107. The description for this picture is in the next image! This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of my 7th segment of 9 pictures and 9 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zf108. This image is the description for the previous image, Villa Verde Trail in WWII from the 32nd Inf. Div. in the Philippines.

Zf109. The description for this picture is in the next image! This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of my 7th segment of 9 pictures and 9 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zf110. This image is the description for the previous image, Villa Verde Trail in WWII from the 32nd Inf. Div. in the Philippines.

Zf111. The description for this picture is in the next image! This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of my 7th segment of 9 pictures and 9 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zf112. This image is the description for the previous image, Villa Verde Trail in WWII from the 32nd Inf. Div. in the Philippines.

Zf113. The description for this picture is in the next image! This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of my 7th segment of 9 pictures and 9 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zf114. This image is the description for the previous image, Villa Verde Trail in WWII from the 32nd Inf. Div. in the Philippines.

Zf115. The description for this picture is in the next image! This is an image from NARA, a collection of about 150 images about the Battle of Villa Verde, half of the images are only the descriptions. This is an image of my 7th segment of 9 pictures and 9 image descriptions plus two maps.

Zf116. This image is the description for the previous image, Villa Verde Trail in WWII from the 32nd Inf. Div. in the Philippines.

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