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The Roderick Hall Collection is a unique and important private library of books and papers dealing with World War II and the Japanese Occupation of the Philippines.Read more
Sixty years after the war, they recall their childhood in war and reflect on the experience. The four separate narratives are grouped in chronological order, and allow comparison of their experiences and observations.View item
August 15, 1945
Japan formally surrenders to the United States after atom bombs are dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The surrender marks the end of the war in the Pacific.
(Source: Kasaysayan: The Story of the Filipino People)
Unpublished monographs, reports, documents and writings on World War II in the Philippines
Issues of The Tribune newspaper during the Japanese Occupation of the Philippines (1942-1945)
Books written by Japanese authors, mostly in the Japanese language, providing the Japanese perspective of the war
Books written by Chinese authors in the Chinese language, providing the Chinese perspective of the war
Videos and sound recordings on World War II in the Philippines. Includes films, documentaries, online videos and podcasts.
Website articles and digital materials on World War II in the Philippines that are found in the Internet
Documents and memorabilia of President Manuel L. Quezon and family
Brigadier General Fidel Ventura Segundo died in action during World War II. He was arrested, tortured and ordered executed by the Japanese military command under General Yamashita.
Guerrilla papers from the collection of Silliman University in Dumaguete City, Negros Island Region, Visayas, Philippines
Guerrilla papers from the collection of Central Philippine University in Iloilo City, Western Visayas, Philippines
This collection from the University of Santo Tomas (UST) Archives includes various papers and documents such as menus and letters relating to life in the UST Internment Camp for American and European civilians and their families.
Other websites and information sources on World War II in the Philippines