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March 20, 2021

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⦿ Files of the Lipa Guerrilla Regiment, Paran's Unit

A collection of documents submitted by a guerrilla organization based in Lipa that was submitted to the United States Army along with the group's application for official recognition.
A Brief History of the Lipa Guerrilla Regiment Paran's Unit
A Chronological History of the Activities of the Lipa Guerrilla Regiment
Activities of the Lipa-San Jose-Malvar Guerrilla Command
Affidavit on the Dispute between Felino Paran and the Municipal Police of Lipa, May 1945
Captain Otti's Report and Recommendations on the Lipa Guerrilla Company
Contact Team Report on Company A of the Lipa Guerrilla Unit, July 1945
Documents about the Lipa Guerrilla Regiment's Attachment to the US Army
Documents Related to the Lipa Guerrilla Regiment's Request for Reconsideration
Gov. Vicente del Rosario's Certification on the Lipa Guerrilla Regiment, December 1945
Intelligence Report on the Japanese Army Presence in Some Towns of Batangas
Lt. Smolen’s Report on the Lipa Guerrilla Regiment
Miguel Lina's Brief History of the Lipa Guerrilla Company
Miscellaneous Documents Submitted by the Lipa Guerrilla Regiment to the US Army
Testimonies in Support of the Lipa Guerrilla Regiment Paran's Unit
US Army Letter Informing Felino Paran of the Lipa Guerrilla Regiment's Non-Recognition
US Army Letter Recognizing Company A of the Lipa Guerrilla Unit, January 1946

⦿ Executive Order No. 308 Creating the Municipality of Mataasnakahoy

Contents of the Executive order signed by George C. Butte formally separating Mataasnakahoy and Calingatan from Lipa in 1932.
SECTION: Batangas Historical Documents

⦿ Executive Order No. 56 Creating the Municipality of Malvar

Contents of the Executive Order signed by Interim Governor General Charles E. Yeater formally separating Malvar from the then-municipality of Lipa.
SECTION: Batangas Historical Documents

⦿ The Daring Guerrilla Radio Detachment that Operated in Batangas in WWII

An article that highlights the heroism of Filipinos during the trying times that were the Japanese occupation through the liberation of the Philippines.
SECTION: Batangas in World War II 1941-1945

⦿ Files of the Lone Wolf Intelligence Unit

A collection of documents submitted by the Lone Wolf Intelligence Unit, which purportedly operated in Lipa, to the US Army in support of its application for official recognition. This unit failed to obtain this desired recognition.

⦿ Files of the Anderson’s Guerrillas Radio Detachment Call Sign C-U-P

A collection of documents submitted by the Anderson’s Guerrillas Radio Station C-U-P, which operated in San Juan, Mataasnakahoy and Lipa, to the US Army in support of its application for official recognition.
SECTION: Historical Documents on Guerrilla Movements in Batangas.

⦿ The Case of Batangueño Guerrillas' Attempt to Bribe a US Army Investigating Officer

An article on a Batangas-based guerrilla outfit called the Laurel Regiment’s unsuccessful attempt to bribe a United States Army officer sent to investigate the outfit to see if it was worthy of official recognition or not.
SECTION: Batangas in World War II 1941-1945

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