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LOYALTY AND VALOR:
HAWAI'I'S FILIPINO AND
FILIPINO AMERICAN SOLDIERS

The stories of World War II in the Pacific are often overlooked in American media and histories, especially the game-changing Philippine Campaign. This exhibit commemorates the loyalty, sacrifice and perseverance of Filipinos and Filipino Americans who valiantly fought for the United States during World War II, especially during the Philippine Campaign which liberated the Philippines from Imperial Japan and set the stage for the end of World War II. This exhibit also recognizes the betrayal by the U.S. government of thousands of Filipinos who fought and sacrificed themselves to protect American interests in the Pacific.

Introduction

War! Pearl Harbor and Bataan

The Philippines Campaign

Philippine Scouts & 1st/2nd Filipino Regiments

Loyalty, Honor, Duty and Broken Promises

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