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A place on [[Luzon|Luzon Island]] in the [[Phillipines]], which was a Japanese [[prisoner of war]] camp in the [[Second World War]]. When Allied intelligence learned that the captors were preparing to kill the prisoners, the [[Cabanatuan Raid]] was launched, and became a successful [[hostage rescue]].
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A place on [[Luzon|Luzon Island]] in the [[Philippines]], which was a Japanese [[prisoner of war]] camp in the [[Second World War]]. When Allied intelligence learned that the captors were preparing to kill the prisoners, the [[Cabanatuan Raid]] was launched, and became a successful [[hostage rescue]].

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A place on Luzon Island in the Philippines, which was a Japanese prisoner of war camp in the Second World War. When Allied intelligence learned that the captors were preparing to kill the prisoners, the Cabanatuan Raid was launched, and became a successful hostage rescue.