HISTORY WATCH: Antonio Montalvan – A hero unsung in his own native town




Here’s an article written by Jose M. Montalvan on Aug. 28, 1955 about his younger brother Antonio, a Cagayanon who was decapitated by Japanese soldiers during the war because of his intelligence gathering work for the guerrilla movement.

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  1. e says:

    Daghan Salamat Antonio Montalvan.

  2. e says:

    Gago ka Kagawad Calingin ah!
    Imong buot pulihan ang Montalvan St to Manalo Street?
    wa ka nabuang?! gamayng tribute ug honor na lang gani nang ingalan ang dalan sa isa ka tao who gave up his life for his country tapos ang imong ipuli kanang MANGINGILAD NGA IGLESIA NI MANALO?! AY NA MOG LAMLAM DIHANG MGA IGLESIA NI CRISTO KAY KUSOG MO MANGHILABOT SA MGA KATOLIKO PERO WA NINYO TAN AWA INYONG KAUGALINGON NGA MGA UTO2X LANG MO!

  3. TraviesoFilipino says:

    Ngano mahilig mag ilis og history ang mga tao? Kun mao na mao na jud na dili na labtan. Haay Naku…

  4. cdonative says:

    CALINGIN RESIGN NOW!!!!! WALA PA KAY NAHIMO SA CIUDAD , GA PAKAULAW PAKA SA IMO PRIVATE PRACTICE… MISMO SUPREME COURT GA SUSPEND SA IMO

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