.. … A story of survival in the remote jungle wilderness of the Philippines during the Japanese occupation of WW2
My great grandfather Carlos Enrico Carceller was a guerrilla during the second ww2 on the Island of Panay in the Philippines. He joined the Native resistance against the Japanese occupation during the time that General Douglas Macarthur had retreated his American forces from the Philippines to new headquarters in Australia.
When Iloilo the city in Panay where they were living was bombarded by Japanese fighter planes…(date). Carlos relocated his entire family to the most remote mountain Jungle wilderness of the island’s interior to hide them from the Japanese patrols that were hunting down Americans and their allies.