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The Filipino-American Forces were in high morale, especially because they were expecting American reinforcements.The “Voice of Freedom” from Corregidor became the voice of victory of the defenders of Bataan.The whole morning, American planes at Clarkfield, Pampanga were flying to prepare for the impending Japanese attack. Because of the quality of their products and height, the Filipinos underestimated the Japanese and thought that the war will only last a couple of weeks.When they landed to briefly refuel, the Japanese attacked by noon and destroyed the whole fleet of American planes. Nolasco: Yes, we knew that war was coming, but we were so sure that it would only last for a couple of days. 22 DECEMBER 1941 For each soldier, 12 bullets were given, when they faced the large Japanese land troops which landed in Lingayen, Pangasinan.
Unlike in Indonesia wherein many Indonesians died in different lands fighting for the Japanese, Laurel didn’t do anything to conscript Filipinos to fight for the Japanese.This declaration didn’t stop the Japanese from bombing the city.When Mac Arthur saw the strength of the Japanese Forces, he implemented War Plan Orange 3 in January 1942.Quezon told Mac Arthur: “.” Quezon left Corregidor and in the United States continued to be the president of the Commonwealth Government-in-exile. Sanchez: When we ran out of bullets, we would dig out boulders atop of Mt. from Mariveles, Bataan to San Fernando, Pampanga; taken aboard smelly trains to Capas, Tarlac; and made to walk an additional 13 km. This was famously called the “Death March.” Even if the Japanese were mercilessly killing evading soldiers, and those who would cause the slowing down of the procession, the civilian heroes secretly handed water, food and even helped in making other soldiers escape despite the danger of sure death. There were also heroes who collaborated with the Japanese and were called puppets, but by doing so saved many many Filipino lives.Mac Arthur left the Philippines and promised, “I SHALL RETURN.” APRIL 1942 The Japanese, with renewed strength, attacked Bataan once more. 9 APRIL 1942 This “Voice of Freedom” broadcast, read by Norman Reyes and written by Salvador P. When Quezon left Manila, he handed the responsibility to Justice Jose P.
7 DECEMBER 1941, AM The Japanese Forces had a surprise attack on the naval base of the United States at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, early morning of 8 December in the Philippines.