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Map No. 26 Final Operations In Northern Luzon XIV Corps 1 July–15 August 1945
The map indicates locations in Mountain Province and Ifugao Province of Luzon in the Philippines. Indicated at the far north is Route 11 to Bontoc (liberated July 10, 1945), Kiangan (liberated July 12, 1945) and Kiangkiang, Antipolo, Tubliao. At the southwest is KP 21 where Route 11 terminated roughly 8 miles west of Baguio-Aritao supply route and Ambuclao on the Agno River, Bokod, Buguias, Toccucan, KP 90, Loo in the Loo Valley, Mankayan, Cervantes, Lepanto Copper Mine (Lepanto Mine), Route 4 Polis Pass, Banaue on Route 4, and a horse trail (Route 390) to Hapao, Bagabag, Bayombong and Pingkian on Route 5 north of the Magat River in the Magat Valley.
The L-shaped area with diagonal lines indicates final Japanese concentration area of the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) 14th Area Army "Shobu Group" under the command of General Tomoyuki Yamashita continued to defend until the end of the Pacific spanning from Kiangkiang southward across the eastern slopes of the eastern slopes of the Cordillera Central to Toccucan.
The solid line with XX indicates U. S. unit locations, 30 June 1945.
The solid line with black arrow indicate U. S. axis of advance to date indicated.
The black line with hatching indicates Japan defense perimeter, 30 June 1945.
The area with diagonal lines indicates final Japanese concentration area, 15 August 1945.
Credit: U. S. Army  Date: July 1, 1945–August 15, 1945

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