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"Heart of the Philippines,  
Marinduque"
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THE VIEW IS GREAT ALL THE TIME BUT WHAT A GREAT SUNSET!  THATS BATANGAS
IN THE BACKGROUND.  THE NIGHT FISHERMEN WERE JUST STARTING TO SHOW UP.
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To see some of Marinduque's beauty queens, CLICK HERE  
The Shipping lanes around Marinduque during WW2 were heavily used by the Japanese to move men
and supplies to the Southern Philippines.  This also became a favorite hunting spot for U.S.
Submarines.  Some of the people on Marinduque met the crews firsthand.  Alfredo Sienna was
awarded a medal.  An unknown group gave a sub a new mascot, a chicken.  Check out these stories
under the sub's names
HERE
What do the names Fernandez Hermanos, Loo Teng Sin Y Martinez, Manuel Lopez,
Mitchell & Yuill, Nieva Ruiz & Co. and Teodoro Yangco all have in common?
They were all shipping companies in 1920 that served Marinduque.  
Check out their schedules on the  
Marinduque Cultural History Homepage.
Everyone is familiar with the photo of Abad on the way to surrender but have you seen the photo of him actually
signing the paperwork?
How about the American troops occupying the Sta. Cruz Church?
To see more pictures and find out more, explore the early 1900's military activities on Marinduque at Marinduque at
War.