TRAILER: Unsurrendered 2 – The Forgotten Filipino Guerrillas

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Trailer for the World War II Documentary “Unsurrendered 2: The Hunters ROTC Guerrillas” by the Film Production Company Spyron-AV Manila. This documentary will tell you the story of the far forgotten Filipino Guerrillas that fought against the Japanese during WWII.

SYNOPSIS

“When WWII broke out in the Philippines, the youth were not asked to fight in the regular army, in the hopes of preserving the nation’s future. So instead, they organized one of the earliest resistance groups, stole firearms from under the noses of the Japanese and put the fate of the country in their own hands. This is the story of the young and brave Filipinos in the World War II: The Hunters ROTC Guerrillas. The sequel to Unsurrendered: 100 Voices, this epic 53-minute documentary by young director Bath Logrofio commemorates our heroes during the most pivotal event of the 20th century. “

For enthusiasts that are interested in the Philippines during WWII, you can follow Spyron-AV Manila on Facebook and find out more on their other documentaries.

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2 Comments

  1. William Mclean ( Son in Law of A.K.Noble( Maxey) on

    Does anyone have any interest in pictures, letters and story of Lt Col.Arthur Noble and Lt . Col. Martin Moses. Both officers helped establish Guerrilla resistance in Baguio area and northern Luzon during the Japanese occupation of Luzon. They were given permission to escape and evade Japs to head North From Bataan to set up the Guerrilla activities. Both Executed by Japs 1 November 1943.

  2. Thanks for turning us onto the site for the Philippine thrilling movement – your diverse interests in the military craft make your posts a pleasure – keep up the good work!

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