Category: Guerrillas, WWII, Central Luzon

The story of the WWII Guerrillas in the Philippines is extra ordinary to me. Since I live in the Philippines I have looked up information about them and some of the locations of their activities. This subcategory is about the WWII Guerrillas in Central Luzon.

Willibald Bill C Bianchi, a Casualty of WWII, Hell Ship Enoura Maru

Zf402. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Willibald Charles Bianchi[1] (March 12, 1915 – January 9, 1945) was an officer in the Philippine Scouts who received the Medal of Honor for actions in Bataan, Philippines during that country’s capitulation to Japanese forces during World War II. After the action near Bagac in the Bataan Province, Bianchi […]

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Luzon Guerrilla Army Forces (LGAF), Plaque, C.O. Major Robert Lapham

Zc950. Major Robert Lapham, 3rd fm. left, Wikipedia. The joint and combined military force of the American and Filipino soldiers under the United States Army, Philippine Commonwealth Army and Philippine Constabulary under the restoration of the Commonwealth Government was aided to fought with the recognized guerrillas on the Allied Liberation of the Philippines from the […]

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