HomeThe Journal of Historyvol. 13 no. 1-2 (1966)

A Guerilla On a Submarine

Maximo M. Kalaw

Discipline: History, Philippine History



Mindoro is one of the most favorable places for the conduct of guerrilla activities. Its terrain of low lands adjacent to thickly forested mountain ranges, its sparse population, its adequate rice production, its cattle and fish, added to the loyalty of the people are great assets for guerrilla activities. In addition the long stretches of thinly populated areas where the national roads go through are strategic places for ambush.