The Battle of Manila

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The Battle of Manila
One of the great tragedies of WWII. This discussion board complements our sub-site at http://battleofmanila.org - deconstructing the revisionist narrative, one false meme at a time.
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Artem: I use to work in that shipyard. Heard of D. Cleland through my uncles who were previous generations that worked there. Saw a photo or two of D.Cleland in the shipyard library. If my memory is correct I saw his grave out in the city's protestant cemetery. May 11, 2020 8:24:25 GMT 8
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