American Guerrillas: These Heroes Held Out Against the Japanese Invasion of the Philippines
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Warfare History Network

History, Asia

None of the Americans had any experience with guerrilla warfare, so they had to make the rules up as they went along.

If there is a group of men whose mention evokes thoughts of heroism, it is those who were surrendered to the Japanese on Bataan and subsequently became part of the “Death March” up that peninsula in the Philippines to POW camps in central Luzon. These American and Filipino soldiers endured deprivation and inhumanity at the hands of the...


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