|Statement||by the War Damage Corporation and completed in September 1945.|
|LC Classifications||D810.D6 W3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 29 p.|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||45037802|
Philippine war damage claims: Hearing before the Subcommittee on the Far East and the Pacific of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, Eighty-seventh Congress, first session, on H.R. and H.R. , bills to authorize the payment of the balance of awards for war damage compensation made by the Philippine Rehabilitation Act of Ap , and to authorize the. Get this from a library! Philippine War Damage Claims: hearings before the Subcommittee on the Far East and the Pacific of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, Eighty-sixth Congress, second session, Ma 18, and Ap [United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on the Far East and the . A forgotten World War II horror in the Philippines is revealed in ‘Rampage’ Children in Manila in in the aftermath of a battle and war crimes. (AFP/Getty Images). An excerpt from my new book Shadow Wars, In fact, the U.S. military was at war in the Philippines, a reality reflected in the drumbeat of to battle-damage .
Philippine-American War was to bring “civilization” to a backward region. An ostensible reason for the Vietnam War was to help the “freedom-loving” South Vietnamese people defeat a foreign-sponsored Communist insurgency. However to some, this war more closely resembled the wars of empire so common in the nineteenth century (which may. World War II is mentioned in our history books, but the boring fact-filled text needs to be supplemented by eyewitness accounts of veterans who could make the stench of death and the sound of gunfire in battlefields real to us. Some textbooks still ignore the stories of the comfort women or the graphic accounts of rape, murder and pillage. Excavations by treasure hunters searching for a hoard of gold in the Philippines, said to have been hidden by a Japanese World War II general, are threatening to cause landslides in a remote village. The Legacy of World War II Bomb Damage in the King’s Library Adrian S. Edwards Introduction In the early hours of 23 September , a little over a year into World War II, a bomb fell on the East Wing of the British Museum. It damaged an important part of the King’s Library Gallery and destroyed many of the books collected by King George III.
The book is an essential source for those looking for insights into the war's impact on Philippine society and also into military operations in and around the islands. With a chronological summary of wartime events in the islands as well as the bibliography, the work constitutes a major contribution to the furtherance of historical inquiry on Author: Walter F. Bell. James M. Scott remedies that gap with "Rampage: MacArthur, Yamashita, and the Battle of Manila," the first comprehensive account of one of the darkest chapters of the Pacific War. The result was defeat on the field of battle and the loss of the Philippine Islands. The author of The Fall of the Philippines, Louis Morton, served overseas as a historical officer in the South Pacific area and in the Philippines during World War II. Since he has been chief of the Pacific Section, Office of the Chief of Military History. An excellent history of the Philippine War, well detailed and thorough. Told from a slightly different perspective than other books on the subject such as A War of Frontier and Empire: The Philippine-American War it is an excellent companion offering detail not expanded on in companion volumes. Another good read on a little known s: