San Ildefonso, Bulacan

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Bahay na Pula

During the Japanese occupation of the Philippines in 1942 the mansion Bahay na Pula of the Ilusorio family was confiscated by the Imperial Japanese Army and used as barracks and became a place where local so-called comfort women were forced to work.
The Bahay na Pula, also known as the Red House, is a former hacienda in San Ildefonso, Bulacan in the Philippines.

Legislative districts of Bulacan

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* Municipalities: Angat, Baliuag, Bocaue, Meycauayan, Obando, Polo (Valenzuela carved out of Polo in 1960, reunited with Polo in 1963 under new name), San Miguel, San Rafael, Santa Maria, Norzagaray (re-established 1909), San Ildefonso (re-established 1909), Marilao (re-established 1913), San Jose del Monte (re-established 1918)

Metro Manila

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With the continuous expansion of Metro Manila, the municipality is now part of Manila's built-up area which makes San Ildefonso its northernmost part.

Japanese occupation of the Philippines

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During the Japanese occupation of the Philippines in 1942 the mansion Bahay na Pula of the Ilusorio family was confiscated by the Imperial Japanese Army and used as barracks and became a place where local so-called comfort women were forced to work.

Imperial Japanese Army

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During the Japanese occupation of the Philippines in 1942 the mansion Bahay na Pula of the Ilusorio family was confiscated by the Imperial Japanese Army and used as barracks and became a place where local so-called comfort women were forced to work.

Comfort women

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During the Japanese occupation of the Philippines in 1942 the mansion Bahay na Pula of the Ilusorio family was confiscated by the Imperial Japanese Army and used as barracks and became a place where local so-called comfort women were forced to work.

Barangay

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San Ildefonso is politically subdivided into 36 barangays (6 urban, 30 rural).

Japanese in the Philippines

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* Yuka Saso – Filipino Japanese amateur golfer.

Asian Games

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Two-time Asian Games gold medalist in individual and team events.

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Bustos, Bulacan

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With the continuous expansion of Metro Manila, Bustos is now included in the Greater Manila's built-up conurbation area which reaches San Ildefonso, Bulacan at its northernmost part.

Bocaue, Bulacan

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With the continuous expansion of Metro Manila, the town is now part of the metropolis' built-up area, which reaches San Ildefonso municipality at Bulacan's northernmost part and continues on into Nueva Ecija province.

Pandi, Bulacan

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With the continuous expansion of Metro Manila, Pandi is now included in the Greater Manila's built-up area which reaches San Ildefonso, Bulacan at its northernmost part.