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THE WA CHI MOVEMENT

FLAGS AND SYMBOLS FROM 1800 TO 1900 CENTURY > FROM THE AMERICAN OCCUPATION UNTIL PRESENT DAYS

FLAG OF THE WA - CHI MOVEMENT

The Wa -Chi Movement, also known as Wah - Chi or Hua Zhi, was a group of chinese-filipinos who fought against japanese in 1942 - 1945.
Its complete name was : Feilubin Huaqiao Kangri Zhidui (Philippine - Chinese anti-japanese Guerrilla Forces ).
This group was linked to the Kang Chu / PCAJVC and Kang Fan group - Feilubin Huaqiao Kangri Chujan Yiyongdui ( Philippine -Chinese Anti-japanese and anti-puppets League ).
These Groups were linked to the R.P.C. but the other part of the filipino -Chinese Community was linked to the Kuomintang and adopted its flag.

FLAG OF KUOMINTANG

CHINESE-FILIPINO GUERRILLEROS WITH SOME CAPTURED JAPANESE SOLDIERS IN LUZON

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