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Surrender Site Marker
Surrender Site Marker

Surrender Site Marker Tours and Activities

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On April 9, 1942, after over three months of bloody conflict, the Battle of Bataan came to an end when General Edward P. King surrendered 76,000 American and Filipino soldiers to Japanese forces. The Philippines commemorates this World War II trauma with a national holiday and the Surrender Site Marker, a sculpture strangely set on school grounds.

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Basa Street, Balanga City, Luzon, Philippines

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