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Taken during the March and shows Japanese soldiers mistreating Filipino soldiers trying to get water. DEATH MARCH of POW during World War 2 from Mariveles, Bataan to a concentration camp in Capas, Tarlac. Us Marines, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Palawan, Bataan Death March, Manila, O Donnell, Leyte, Iwo Jima

taken during the March and shows Japanese soldiers mistreating Filipino soldiers trying to get water.

Pateros (Southeast Metro Manila), celebrating the year anniversary since the liberation of the village from Japanese occupation of WWII, Philippines, 1946 Filipino Culture, Filipino Art, Filipino Architecture, Intramuros, Philippines Culture, 1 Year Anniversary, American War, American History, Asian History

Pateros (Southeast Metro Manila), celebrating the 1st year anniversary since the liberation of the village from Japanese occupation of WWII, Philippines,1946. War torn Pateros Church or San Roque Parish Church can be seen behind. by John T Pilot, via Flickr

Quiapo – 1941 Plaza Miranda in the heart of Quiapo District, is named after Jose Sandino y Miranda, who served as secretary of the treasury of the Philippines for 10 years beginning in 1853 * LIFE archive ~ Mutya ~ Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Filipino Architecture, Philippine Holidays, Filipino Culture, The Golden Years, Pinoy, Pictures To Paint, Vintage Pictures

Quiapo - 1941 Plaza Miranda in the heart of Quiapo District, is named after Jose Sandino y Miranda, who served as secretary of the treasury of the Philippines for 10 years beginning in 1853 * LIFE archive ~ Mutya ~

The Macabebe Scouts fought with the Americans. Treaty Of Paris, The Spanish American War, Filipino Culture, Ww2 Photos, Rough Riders, Real Hero, Book Illustrations, Pinoy, Military History

The Macabebe Scouts formed some of the first Scout units on Luzon. Later Scout units would include troops from Ilacano, Tagalog, Visayen and Moro areas of the Philippines.

Nepomuceno street (formerly Tanduay street) corner Arlegui street, Manila 1945 Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Ww2 Photos, Cool Photos, Interesting Photos, Treaty Of Paris, President Of The Philippines

Manila 1945

This photo taken by Cpl. Peter Krell. Reconnaissance photographer, 13th Army Air Force, 17th Photo Recon Squadron This photograph is curiously different from the others taken by this photographer. It appears to show a fire in Manila which I assume to be during the battle. His other photos are clearly after the battle.

Filipino guerrillas under the command of Captain Jesus Olmedo come out to meet Major General A. Arnold at U. Army Division headquarters for a conference in History Online, Us History, O Donnell, Palawan, Military Life, Military History, Bataan Death March, Leyte, Pearl Harbor Attack

WWII Capt Olmedos Filipino Guerrillas 7th Division Command Orig Press Photo

1944- Filipino guerrillas under Capt. Jesus Olmedo come out of the hills and into a 7th Division command post for conference with Maj. Gen. A.V. Arnold.

Manly Lawton in uniform, Lawton residence, Manila, Philippines, 1899 Rare Photos, Vintage Photos, Treaty Of Paris, Philippine Holidays, The Spanish American War, Manila Philippines, Old Pictures, The Past, Places

Manly Lawton in uniform, Lawton residence, Manila, Philippines, 1899

littlecolonel.com/People/Waltons/Little_Captain.htm University of Michigan Special Collections Library Dean C. Worcester (1866-1924) collection

Taken from Sepia Lens Collection of Photos O Donnell, Palawan, Manila, Vintage Photography, Street Photography, Filipino Culture, Leyte, South Pacific, Us Army

Manila 1945

Explore Sepia Lens' photos on Flickr. Sepia Lens has uploaded 108 photos to Flickr.

Captain Nieves Fernandez, the only known Filipino female guerilla leader (and former 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 Filipino, Die Füchsin, Louis Aragon, Rare Historical Photos, Historical Women, Leyte, Female Hero, American Soldiers, Badass Women

Bag full of guns

soldierporn: “SOLDIER STORIES: Showing them how it’s done. “ Meet Captain Nieves Fernandez, the only known Filipino female guerrilla leader and school teacher. When the Japanese came to take the...

This photo shows 63 "Angels of Bataan and Corregidor" on February 1945 weeks after liberation) at Letterman Hospital at the Presidio near San Francisco, California. Palawan, Manila, World History, World War Ii, American Women, American History, Women In Combat, Bataan Death March, Ww2 Women

"The Angels of Bataan and Corregidor (11 United States navy nurses, 66 army nurses, and one nurse-anesthetist) who were captured during the Battle of the Philippines...The nurses were the first large group of American women in combat, and the largest group of American women to ever be taken captive and imprisoned by an enemy force.

Brigadier General Vicente Lim led the 41st Division which defended a portion of the Bataan defense line. He was released after the Bataan Death March as a gesture of goodwill by the Japanese. He joined the resistance and was captured a second time and executed. Only Philippine general killed during WWII Bataan Death March, War Medals, History Pics, Imperial Army, Ww2 Photos, Prisoners Of War, Pearl Harbor, World War Ii, Soldiers

Brigadier General Vicente Lim led the 41st Division which defended a portion of the Bataan defense line. He was released after the Bataan Death March as a gesture of goodwill by the Japanese. He joined the resistance and was captured a second time and executed. Only Philippine general killed during WWII

Quiapo Church, also known as the Church of the Black Nazarine, was not war damaged. Ancient Greek Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Philippine Holidays, Filipiniana, Manila Philippines, Old Churches, American Soldiers, Back In Time, Historical Pictures

Quiapo Church, also known as the Church of the Black Nazarine, was not war damaged. Picture was taken looking north down Quezon Blvd., Manila, Philippines, 1945

With this picture I am experimenting. This is from the original negative of a snapshot taken by an American soldier. I photographed the negative with my camera and then changed the negative image to positive. Please let me know what you think of the picture as viewed on Flickr.

Photo of Manila Central Post Office building after the Second World War. News Around The World, Around The Worlds, Philippine Houses, American War, D Day, Back In Time, Historical Pictures, Pinoy, Post Office

Post Office - Manila 1945

In the summer of 1942, the U.S. Army called up a skinny California boy barely out of his teens. But at 5’9’’ and 125 pounds, Private Glenn W. Eve was deemed unfit for combat. He might have spent the duration of World War II at a desk, except that he had field skills the Army needed – he was a gifted artist, draftsman and photographer who'd spent the previous four years working for the Walt Disney Co. In July 1944, they promoted him to private first class (Pfc) and assigned him to the…

History of the Filipino Revolt and the War at the Philippines The Spanish American War, American History, Philippine Army, Jose Rizal, Filipino Culture, Filipino Art, Visayas, Mindanao, Philippines

A late 19th century photograph of armed Filipino rebels, known as the Katipuneros. Katipuneros - Katipunan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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