Project Discovery War Tunnels

A long-term field survey of the former battlefields of the Bamban-Stotsenburg area aimed at conducting educational and scientific studies of the former Japanese WWII tunnels.

Project Discovery War Tunnels is a long-term field survey of the former battlefields of the Bamban-Stotsenburg area aimed at conducting educational and scientific studies of the former Japanese WWII tunnels; including mapping, photography and video documentation, and other related field research.

The data and information gathered from the field survey will be become the basis of Data Base, and also in the research and publication.

Other objectives and aims are the search, collection, and retrieval of war relics that can be found in the war tunnels for the Bamban WWII Museum exhibits.

Rhonie Dela Cruz: Project Discovery War Tunnels

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War Tunnels: “Tunnel Complex Rear of Asahiyama Mountain “

Photos of Tunnel Complex In the company of sir Cris’ outdoor bikers, along with Pan Tyson Laxamana, our Aeta guide, we were able to conduct field survey, mapping, and photo-video documentations of 2 Japanese war tunnels located rear the Asahiyama…

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War Tunnel: Iwayama “Rock Mountain”

https://youtu.be/JojHK7Ma4XY This video clip shows Australian archeologist Tim Beckensall, accompanying the Bamban Historical Society’s Field Recon Team in conducting battlefield survey of the hill Iwayama Rock Mountain. Photos of Iwayama “Rock Mountain” At Iwayama “Rock Mountain ” in Bamban, in…

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