Guerrilla Recognition Files: Accessing the New Digital Archive

Join the Filipino & Philippine Studies Working Group for a talk on the Guerrilla Recognition Files from the Brigadier-General Francisco H. Licuanan, Jr. Collection. The recently digitized collection at the U.S. National Archives contains 280,000 primary source materials on guerrilla activities, unit histories, and civilian life during World War II. Project convener Marie Vallejo will discuss the materials and will provide a demonstration on how to access the rich content now publicly available to scholars, students, and all interested in this period of Philippine history. 

The digitized collection and this talk are made possible through support from the Philippine Veterans Affairs Office, Filipino War Veterans Foundation, and GeoState Development Corporation.


Marie Vallejo worked previously at the Intel Corporation in Internal Audit/Information Security and Finance Operations. Inspired by her father's participation in a guerrilla regiment in Mindanao, she authored Battle of Ising: The Untold Story of the 130th Infantry Regiment in the Liberation of Davao and Mindanao (2009). She is also on the steering committee of Museum Volunteers of the Philippines, a non-profit group that offers history courses on the Philippines. 

Event details
Friday, November 18, 2016 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm
341 Dwinelle, Level F/G