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Benguet Road construction crew near Camp Tuba, Benguet setting explosives into a sheer cliff of the Bued River Canyon.

Manila, Philippines - December 25, 1944: U. S. and Filipino nurses at the Philippine Civil Affairs Unit #1. Unit later became the National Orthopedic Hospital ~

Manila, Philippines - December U. and Filipino nurses at the Philippine Civil Affairs Unit Unit later became the National Orthopedic Hospital ~

#Captain Nieves Fernandez the only known Filipino female guerilla leader and formerly a school teacher shows US Army Pvt. Andrew Lupiba how she used her long knife to silently kill Japanese soldiers during the Japanese occupation of Leyte Island [1200x920p] #history #retro #vintage #dh #HistoryPorn http://ift.tt/2faPmTy

Captain Nieves Fernandez, the only known Filipino female guerilla leader and formerly a school teacher, shows US Army Pvt. Andrew Lupiba how she used her long knife to silently kill Japanese soldiers during the Japanese occupation of Leyte Island

Jose P Laurel + young + Yale University + shocking facts about Philippine presidents

Let us travel back in time and uncover some of the lesser-known facts about our beloved Philippine presidents.

June 26, 1945: General Carlos P. Romulo signed the UN Charter- one of the original signatories!

June General Carlos P. Romulo signed the UN Charter- one of the original signatories!

Manila newspaper.

Page 2 of ‘The Life of War Prisoners in Camp O’Donnell’.

Ysmael Steel

Here are some of the most nostalgic things and places we no longer see in Manila.

Manuel Quezon in his rayadillo uniform, Photo taken during the Philippine American War 1899-1902.  Quezon was said to have been the aide-de-camp of Gen. Aguinaldo during the Philippine Revolution.  #philippine history #history

Manuel Quezon in his rayadillo uniform, Photo taken during the Philippine American War Quezon was said to have been the aide-de-camp of Gen. Aguinaldo during the Philippine Revolution. Not what you thought he looked like, huh?

September 3, 1945 Philippines   Japanese forces commanded by Lieutenant General Yamashita surrender at Baguio, on Luzon. The surrender is accepted by US Lieutenant General Jonathan Wainwright, the American commander who was compelled to surrender to Yamashita at Corregidor in 1942. Wainwright was specially flown in from Tokyo for the ceremony. In the picture, General Yamashita.

General Yamashita en route to signing the Jap surrender in the Philippines. Yamashita was justly hanged in 1946 for war crimes. It must have made the tiny little elf feel like a big boy to commit such heinous acts.

S26 World War II Philippine Islands Japanese Occupation Original Press Photo

World War II Philippine Islands Japanese Occupation Original Press Photo

The Fascinating History of Baguio’s Iconic Lion

Benguet Road construction crew near Camp Tuba, Benguet setting explosives into a sheer cliff of the Bued River Canyon.

Japanese cannibalism in the Philippines during WWII

Japanese cannibalism in the Philippines during WWII

Their death signify the end of true revolution. Gen Antonio Luna (June 5 1899) and the "Supremo" Andres Bonifacacio (May 10 1897) where they really killed by their fellow Katipuneros? Or was there a conspiracy? via Old Manila

Their death signify the end of true revolution. Gen Antonio Luna (June 5 and the "Supremo" Andres Bonifacacio (May 10 where they really killed by their fellow Katipuneros? Or was there a conspiracy? via Old Manila

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