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    San Isidro (San Isador) Nueva Ecija Province | Luzon Philippines

Lat 15° 30' 0N Long 120° 50' 60E  Located four miles west of Lupao. During the war, known to American forces as "San Isidro".

Wartime History
Occupied by the Japanese Army during late December 1941. During January 1945, the Japanese Army stationed two tank companies at San Isidro: one from 7th Tank Regiment and one from the 10th Tank Regiment were stationed here as an outpost.

During early February 1945, US Army attacked the nearby towns of Monoz and Lupao. On February 5, 1945 Japanese defenders were ordered to withdraw from San Isidro. The next day, occupied by the US Army without opposition.

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Last Updated
May 22, 2017


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