Roster of the San Jose Guerrilla Unit - Batangas History, Culture and Folklore

Roster of the San Jose Guerrilla Unit

The San Jose Guerrilla Unit was an underground organization that opposed the Japanese in the Province of Batangas in World War II. It was commanded by one Pedro Kalalo and was officially recognized with 60 men as an element of the Philippine Army in the service of the United States Armed Forces during the liberation of the country. In this document1 is contained the roster of Kalalo’s guerrilla orgaznization.

The reader is advised that the San Jose Guerrilla Unit claimed to have had a large force of hundreds, although to his credit, Kalalo had written in documents that the majority of its members were part of its Reserve Force.

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The roster contained in this page has only the members who were officially recognized as having been an element of the Philippine Army in the service of the Armed Forces of the United States during the liberation of the Philippines. The two pages of the roster are in image format and paginated as they appeared in the original file for this unit archived at the United States National Archives for the convenience of researchers who may need the pagination for citation purposes.

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Notes and references:
1 “San Jose Guerrilla Unit,” File No. 300, online at the United States National Archives.

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