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... soldiers and guerrillas joined in the fight against the Japanese Imperial Forces during the Japanese Occupation in the Philippines (1941–1945) ... Filipino Prisoners of War were killed by Japanese Forces during the Bataan Death March after the fall of Bataan and Corregidor in 1942 ... Armed Forces of the First Second Filipino Infantry Regiments of the United States Army ...
... In 1942, the area was occupied by Japanese Imperial forces entering Malabang, Lanao del Sur ... Supreme Court Jose Abad Santos was killed by Japanese Imperial forces by a firing squad in Malabang, Lanao del Sur ... The year 1945 witnessed the entry of the United States Philippine Commonwealth forces which liberated Malabang, Lanao del Sur together with Maranao guerrillas ...
... December 1941 - Japanese bomber and fighter planes was invaded in Kalinga-Apayao from the part of northern Mountain Province during the Japanese invasion. 1942 - The occupied by the Japanese Imperial forces and entered in Kalinga-Apayao from the part of northern Mountain Province during the Japanese occupation ... The military garrison base of the Imperial Japanese Armed Forces was they established ...
... Founded in World War II under the Japanese Occupation, the military establishment of the 10th Infantry Division, Philippine Commonwealth Army was found active on 1942 to 1946 ... The engagements of the combat assigned of the Imperial Japanese military conflicts and counter-insurgency and sending the military clearing operations ... Armed Forces units was attacked by the Japanese Imperial armed forces led by Lieutenant General Gyosaku Morozumi ...
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