Roster of the Liberty Guerrillas, Batangas Unit, MFAT - Batangas History, Culture and Folklore

Roster of the Liberty Guerrillas, Batangas Unit, MFAT

The Liberty Guerrillas was one of many supposed units in Batangas that sought official recognition as an element of the Philippine Army in the service of the United States Armed Forces during the liberation of the Philippines. This unit was allegedly commanded by one Lt. Col. Sixto M. Malana and was supposed to have been affiliated with the larger Luzon-based guerrilla organization Marking’s Fil-American Troops of Marcos Agustin. Agustin, however, was supposed to have said that there were no units in Batangas worthy of recognition. In this page1 is contained the supposed roster of the Liberty Guerrillas, Batangas Unit, MFAT.
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The reader will please note that this unit was not given official recognition by the United States Army, and that Marcos/Marking Agustin, overall commander of the Marking’s guerrillas, was supposed to have stated that there were no units in Batangas who claimed affiliation with his organization that were deserving of official recognition.

The roster is contained in several pages of individual images, duly paginated for the benefit of students and/or researchers wo may need the pages for citation purposes.

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Notes and references:
1 “Liberty Grlas Batangas Unit, MFAT,” File No. 109-7, online at the United States National Archives.

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