General King Marker in Limao Bataan

General Edward King Surrender Marker Limao Limay Bataan Monument 1962 American Usaffe Commander Japan Death March The General King Marker, also known as the Limao Marker, is located in Limay, Bataan. This marker is a monument erected in 1962, exactly 20 years after General 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 commemorates the courage and bravery shown by the Filipinos during the last world war. Continue reading