Unsurrendered : 100 voices [videorecording] : the story of Philippine guerrillas and Bolomen /Statement of responsibility: a Peter Parsons, Lucky Guillermo presentation
by Parsons, Peter [script & direction]; Guillermo, Lucky [artistic direction]; Morales, Tea [producer]; Salalima, Rodolfo A [producer]; Marzan, Renato O [producer].Type: Visual materialPublisher: [Manila] : Spyron AV Manila Production, ©2009Description: 1 videodisc (80 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Run Time: 80 min.Subject(s): Philippines -- History -- Japanese occupation, 1942-1945 | guerrilla resistance movement | Guerrillas -- PhilippinesSummary: "The story of the Philippine guerrillas of World War II, as told by 100 voices. Filipino-American armed forces were sadly under-prepared for war when Japan attacked both Pearl Harbor and the Philippine in December 1941. A spontaneous resistance movement sprang up throughout the islands among Filipino civilians of all ages and sexes, and among the American and Filipino soldiers who remained unsurrendered or who escaped imprisonment after the fall of Bataan and Corregidor. These "guerrillas" and "bolomen" were essentially unarmed and untrained; their future was bleak; they were being labeled as bandits by both US General Wainwright and the Japanese Imperial Army. By the time Gen. Douglas MacArthur returned to the country in October, 1944, he had an underground "army" behind the Japanese, an army of over 300,000 men, now mostly armed and skilled in the arts of guerrilla warfare. They were finally ready to attack!"
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|Audio-visuals||Filipinas Heritage Library Roderick Hall Coll.||RHC - Videos||Item withdrawn|
|Audio-visuals||Filipinas Heritage Library Roderick Hall Coll.||RHC - Videos||DVD RH 0010 (Browse shelf)||Available||17225|
|Audio-visuals||Filipinas Heritage Library Audio Visual Collection 3/F||Available||2 copies||DVD-0029|