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Mga Gerilya Sa Powell Street

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Noong kanilang kabataan, lumaban sina Fidel, Ciriaco, Ruben, Badong at Major para sa kalayaan ng Pilipinas noong panahon ng hapon. Ngayon, matanda na sila. Handa na sanang mamahinga...

Pero naglakbay sila sa Amerika para sa bago at huling misyon...

Ito ang kuwento nila at iba pang beteranong Pilipinong nakipagsapalaran sa Amerika para sa kanilang mga pamilya. Sa Pow
Paperback, Ikalawang limbag 2010, 223 pages
Published 2007 by Ateneo De Manila University Press
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Mga Gerilya sa Powell Street (The Guerillas along Powell Street) is about 5 octogenarian Filipino male soldiers who fought with the Americans during World War II. They were there when Bataan fell and together with the American soldiers, suffered in the hands of the Japanese forces. Side-by-side with the Americans, these Filipino soldiers starved, ate grass, frogs and snakes. For three weeks, they marched to their death to Cabanatuan and for 3 years got incarcerated until they were bones and skin ...more
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