[Apologies for the delay: ‘malfunctioning fire alarms’ is the sort of problem that compounds quickly in the podcast world.]
The final act in Teresa Magbanua’s story. In some ways, it’s a familiar one.
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1. Locsin-Nava, Cecelia. "Teresa Magbauna: Woman Warrior". Review of Women's Studies. Vol 6, No 1, 1996.
2. Caraccilo, Dominic J. (2005). Surviving Bataan And Beyond: Colonel Irvin Alexander's Odyssey As A Japanese Prisoner Of War. Stackpole Books
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[Tw: Discussions of drug abuse, mental illness, and suicide.]
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