From Wikipilipinas: The Hip 'n Free Philippine Encyclopedia
The Bataan Death March or the Death March of Bataan was the march of captured American and Filipino troops from the Battle of Bataan in 1942. They were forced by the Japanese to walk from Mariveles at the southern tip of Bataan Peninsula to Camp O'Donnell. The route of the march measured about a hundred miles and it took six days for the surviving prisoners to reach the camp, with many dying along the way.
The Tirurays or Tedurays are another distinct ethno-linguistic group with clear proto-Malayan features. They are mostly found in Maguindanao and Sultan Kudarat provinces. Living high in an area of the 4,000 foot plateau of southwestern Mindanao bounded by the Tamontaca and Tran rivers and the Celebes Sea to the west, the Tiruray have retained much of their indigenous culture despite their proximity to the dominant Magindanao, living in the Cotabato Valley to the east.
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