Cayetano Arellano Marker
This marks the birthplace of Cayetano Arellano, the first Filipino Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Death March Marker
Located in Brgy Silahis, this statue marks the place where thousands of captured Filipino and American soldiers passed on their way to their final destination in a concentration camp in Capas, Tarlac. This horrendous episode of war in history is now known as the infamous Death March.
Dinalupihan First Line of Defense
Situated at the Layac Junction, the monument marks the strong line of defense posted by the combined forces of the 71st division of the Americans, 31st Infantry Regiment and the 26th Cavalry Regiment in January 1942. The monument reconstitutes the memory of the defenders of the republic thru life-sized statues.
Fall of Bataan Marker
Balanga City, Bataan
A landmark commemorating the fall of Bataan during World War II. This was built in memory of Filipino and American soldiers who died defending Bataan.
Final Battle Site Marker
Erected to commemorate the courage and heroism shown by the defenders of Bataan province despite the hunger, disease, danger and death brought by World War II.
Lamao World War II Marker
The marker was erected in 1962, exactly 20 years after Gen. Edward King, American USAFFE commander, signed the papers surrendering the entire nation to the Japanese, together with about 78,000 soldiers. After the surrender, the captured Filipino and American soldiers marched from Bataan to Tarlac in what is now known as the Death March. The marker commemmorates the courage and bravery shown by the Filipinos during the last world war.
Mariveles Zero Kilometer Marker
The invading Japanese forces assembled Filipino and American defenders here in 1942 marching on foot to Camp O' Donnell in Capas, Tarlac. The Death March took the lives of almost 10,000 prisoners-of-war along the tragic trail. A marker in honor of the brave, the dignified, the honorable and the undefeated by heart was built to commemorate this infamous chapter in Philippine history.
Surrender Site Marker
Balanga City, Bataan
On April 9, 1942, Maj. Gen. Edward King, Jr., commander of the U.S. military forces in Luzon officially surrendered to Col. Motoo Nakayama at the compound of Balanga Elementary School under a mango tree. A landmark was built to commemorate the surrender of Filipino and American soldiers to Japanese forces.
Zero Kilometer Marker
The marker commemorates the start of the infamous Death March that also marks the beginning of Japanese control of the country.