Roster of the Cuenca Volunteers, Including Casualties FAIT - Batangas History, Culture and Folklore

Roster of the Cuenca Volunteers, Including Casualties FAIT

The Fil-American Irregular Troops (FAIT) was a large guerrilla organization that operated in the island of Luzon, including several towns in Batangas, during the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands up to the country’s revolution. It had a unit in the town of Cuenca which would, however, not gain official recognition as an element of the Philippine Army in the service of the Army of the United States of America. In this document1 are contained the lists of officers and enlisted men of the Cuenca Volunteers.

As a note to the reader, this guerrilla outfit did not receive official recognition as an element of the Philippine Army in the service of the United States Armed Forces during World War II. More about this outfit may be gleaned from the other documents posted in this web site.
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The rosters are contained in individual images. For the convenience of students and researchers, pagination is included which may be required for citation purposes.

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Cuenca1
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Cuenca2
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Cuenca4
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Cuenca4
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Cuenca5
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Cuenca6
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Cuenca7
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Cuenca8
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Notes and references:
1 “CUENCA VOLUNTEERS-FAIT” File No. 110-50, downloaded from PVAO.

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