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Did you know San Fabian played a part in WWII?

Oct 8, 2018 @ 14:34

Pangasinan 4th District Representative Christopher “Toff” de Venecia shared some trivia on the town of San Fabian.

According to the politiko, San Fabian is not only famous for its scenic sunsets, coconut products, and beautiful beaches. The town also played a part during World War II!

“Together with Lingayen and Mangaldan, San Fabian was utilized by the US Naval Forces as a strategic coastal area, and even named the landing zones as White and Blue beaches,” said De Venecia.

“They utilized San Fabian to defend and plan attacks against the Japanese forces during the World War II,” he added.

The more you know!

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The town “Angio” or now commonly known as San Fabian is famous for its scenic sunsets, coconut products, and beautiful beaches. Nibaliw West Beach, Mabilao Beach, and Bolasi Beach are known tourist destinations of the town. But did you know that it is also known for having played a historical part during World War II? Together with Lingayen and Mangaldan, San Fabian was utilized by the US Naval Forces as a strategic coastal area, and even named the landing zones as White and Blue beaches. They utilized San Fabian to defend and plan attacks against the Japanese forces during the World War II. #CDV #Pangasinan Maging laging updated! Follow us on our social media sites: Instagram: www.instagram.com/repcdevenecia Facebook: www.facebook.com/christopherdeveneciaCDV Twitter: www.twitter.com/repcdevenecia

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