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December 30, 2017

Roster of the Mataasnalupa Guerrilla Unit

The Mataasnalupa Guerrilla Unit was supposedly a small guerrilla outfit operating in the then-municipality of Lipa during the Japanese Occupation of Batangas up to the liberation of the province. It was commanded by one Julian Morada. This unit failed to obtain official recognition as an element of the Philippine Army in the service of the Armed Forces of the United States. In this document1 is contained the roster of this guerrilla unit, preceded by the cover letter.

The roster is contained in four pages in PDF format, embedded into this page from an external source. Each page may be zoomed in/out and scrolled up/down using the on-board tools provided with each page.

Moreover, each document is paginated as it was in the original source file for the benefit of researchers who may need the pages for citation purposes.

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[Cover/Introductory page]

MATAASNALUPA GUERRILLA
UNIT
COMPANY A
INFANTRY

Lipa, Batangas.
March 10, 1942.

Headquarters, AFWESPAC
Manila, P. I.

S i r s :

Knowing that the Philippines has been growing vigorously for about forty years under the United States culture and believing that she will continue to grow more vigorously under the same culture and that she will become one of the most fortunate countries if the United States wins another world war which is likely to come in the near future, we, the undersigned, founders of [the] Mataasnalupa Guerrilla Unit, have the honor to submit herewith its history [posted as a separate page in this web site] and roster for its recognition.

Very respectfully,

[Sgd.] JULIAN MORADA

[Sgd.] PABLO MARALIT

[Sgd.] DAVID MORADA

[Sgd.] MAURICIO MORADA

[Sgd.] TOMAS ONTOY

[Sgd.] CRISTANTO BATHAN

[Sgd.] MODESTO MORADA

[Sgd.] MIGUEL MARTIJA

[Sgd.] FRANCISCO PEREZ

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Notes and references:

1 “The Mataasnalupa Guerrilla Unit,” online at the United States National Archives.


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