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A piece of History

A small memorial near the site of what was once was the airfield where the first Kamikaze suicide... read more

Reviewed April 25, 2017
Michael K
a reminder of the sacrifice of the Kamikaze

the current TripAdvisor reference not correct ... it should be: 15.239099,120.568955 ... I saw... read more

Reviewed January 26, 2017
Mike M
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20 May 2018
“Location is terrible to visit logistically”
25 Apr 2017
“A piece of History”
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Mabalacat Pampanga, Angeles City, Luzon, Philippines
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Reviewed May 20, 2018

I only saw this site from inside a taxi, since the location is terrible to get to logistically. Therefore, I can't comment on the site other than the minute I stared at it from the stop sign inside the taxi coming from the West airfield...More

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Reviewed April 25, 2017

A small memorial near the site of what was once was the airfield where the first Kamikaze suicide attacks were launched during 1944. There is a small monument and a plaque describing the attacks. They did a fair bit of damage. Very interesting piece of...More

5  Thank Michael K
Reviewed January 26, 2017 via mobile

the current TripAdvisor reference not correct ... it should be: 15.239099,120.568955 ... I saw this not as a "war" memorial but as a stark reminder of ultra-nationalism combined with spiritual beliefs resulting in the loss of life of both the Kamikaze and thier victims

3  Thank Mike M
Reviewed February 18, 2015

This site is the old airfield where Kamikaze Special Attack Corps aircraft first took off in World War 2. The Mabalacat Tourism Office (MTO) supported the establishment of the Kamikaze Peace Memorial Shrine not for the glorification of the Kamikaze but rather for the use...More

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