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Ising, Battle of, Philippines, 1945


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    • found: Work cat.: Vallejo, Marie Silva. The Battle of Ising, 2020:summary (Battle of Ising symbolized one of the numerous Filipino victories against the Japanese during World War II by the Ising River, Carmen, Davao, Mindanao from May 3 to 10, 1945. Battle of Ising fought by the Filipino guerillas of the 130th Infantry Regiment of the 107th Division in Davao for the liberation of Mindanao from the Japanese occupation) (DLC)2021346284
    • found: Wikipedia, August 30, 2023(When the Philippines was shaken by World War II, Filipinos buckled down and joined military units that resisted the Japanese invaders. In Carmen, locals fought the war and drove away the Japanese army then stationed in Ising village. The Battle of Ising is being remembered with a 30 feet (9.1 m) high monument built on the same spot the battle took place, which was just a few meters away from the Japanese garrison. The Veterans Memorial Shrine, just along the national highway, has a brief history and some of the names of those who participated, and has become a tourist attraction in Carmen)
    • found: museo.davaocity.gov.ph website, August 30, 2023(The Battle of Ising is the story of peaceful farmers, young schoolboys, prisoners of war, escapees, jobless men, civilians, Christians, Muslims, Lumad and soldiers from various units who refused to surrender when the Philippines fell to the Japanese Military during World War II. With loved ones lost as the enemy wreaked havoc and took everything from them, they became guerrillas who fought with all their heart to get back what was taken from them in Mindanao)
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    • [Established March 2024.]
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    • 2023-08-30: new
    • 2024-03-22: revised
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