The documentation “Untold Resistance: The Guerrillas of Luzon” is a must seen for those of you who are interested in the second World Wars Pacific Theater. It gives you a look inside how it was to live as a guerrilla on the Philippines.
On December 8, 1941, as the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, they also attacked the Philippine island of Luzon, home to manila, Clark Air Base, Fort McKinley and American forces stationed there. American forces waged war for months until surrender seemed the only option. Most became prisoners of war and endured the infamous Bataan Death March. But roughly 450 men chose to hide in the jungle and find a way to fight on.
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