Books and resources on Manila and the Philippines during World War II, December 1941 - March 1945
In Memory of Angelina Ynchausti Rico de McMicking, Consuelo McMicking Hall, Alfred McMicking and Helen McMicking, arrested in Manila and executed in January, 1945 by the Japanese Imperial Army
Compiled by Roderick Hall, a survivor of the war, the focus of this collection is on personal experiences both civilian and military, within the Philippines, during the Japanese occupation, and generally does not cover the battles to liberate the Philippines in 1944-1945.
Prof. Ricardo T. Jose, Ph.D., renowned Filipino historian specializing on World War II in the Philippines, is the Director of the Roderick Hall Collection. He provided the annotations in this online bibliography.
*To access the books/items in the collection, please visit or contact the Filipinas Heritage Library.
Manila memories : four boys remember their lives before, during and after the Japanese occupation / edited by Juergen Goldhagen.
Four eyewitness accounts on the war and occupation in Greater Manila. The common characteristics of all four boys (between the ages of 9 and 12) were…
The series of Japanese Monographs were written and compiled by former Japanese army and navy officers immediately after World War II, under specific…