Araw ng Kagitingan

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Today is a National Holiday here in the Philippines. Araw ng Kagitingan is also known as Bataan Day. On this day, we remember the great Filipino soldiers who suffered and died because of dehydration, heat prostration, untreated wounds and wanton execution as they march the 90-mile road to Camp O’Donnell in Bataan.

It has been decades since that fearful day happened. I hope and pray that it will never happen again.

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Ciao! :)

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