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Illustration shows George F. Hoar, Carl Schurz, David B. Hill, and former Massachusetts Governor George S. Boutwell, anti-expansionists, placing their "Anti-Expansion Speech" at the feet of a huge American soldier holding a rifle and the American…

This footage shows the bombing of Manila and covers the life military career of General Douglas MacArthur.

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This article encourages American businesses to invest in the Philippines as they grow as a new nation. The increase in foreign investment with provide the Philippines with the economic support needed to rebuild their nation after the devastations of…

Filipino Answers Russian.pdf
This article serves as a response to Russian acusations that the Philippines stands as a puppet government for the United States. A Philippine Foreign Office spokesman refuted such claims during the beginning years of the Cold War.

Return to Manila.pdf
General MacArthur formally returns civilian power over to President Osmena before official independence is granted several months into the future.

Filipino survivors tell of slaughter.pdf
This article reveals the devastations of the Bataan Death March from the Filipino perspective. Survivors testify in trial against General Homma, leader of the Japanese forces and responsible for the death of those on the march.

The Filipinos.pdf
This article describes the Filipino after the close of World War II. Written by Gen. Wainwright, this book review of General Carlos P. Romulo's second book reveals an American general's perspective of a leader from the Philippines and the noble…

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This article describes the necessity for the United States Congress to pass two bills in order to aid the Philippines in their recovery after World War II. Congress is scolded for their delay as Philippine Independence arrives fast.

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This article describes the day the Philippines gained their independence from the United States. The author describes the Filipino's difficult road to freedom and the devastation of World War II on the physical landscape of the new nation.

Freem, little else, for the philippines.pdf
Before official independence was granted to the Philippines, World War II had devastated the island and leaving its inhabitants in a difficult position to rehabilitate their nation. This article describes US efforts to aid the new nation of the…
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