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"This beautiful soldier carries a lipstick instead of a gun! One of World War II's most incredible true tales -- that of Claire Philips, America's own Mata Hari -- comes to life in this riveting screen saga. In the Philippine jungles, club singer…

"Taken in Bilibid Prison sometime in February 1945. Photo of children born in Internment Camp #3, with GI's."

"This is the first mail received in Bilibid Prison. The picture was taken inside the north compound where the Civilian Prisoners were kept. The surrounding area was still under fire. 600 letters were collected by Red Cross Chapters in the United…

In this photo, on the far left is Col. Jacobo Zobel. Third from the left is Mrs Angelita Zobel. On the far right is Lt. Col. J.R. McMicking, at the far right is Mrs Mercedes McMicking.

Source: The daughter of Louise Mowat, a WAC officer in Manila…

"General MacArthur inspecting the 186 graves of prisoners who died in Bilibid. Among those in the picture is Carl Eschbach, a missionary who was prominent in the leadership of Camp 3 (Baguio-Bilibid).

Carl Eschbach, a missionary, was prominent in…

"On February 6, 1945 General Fellers, General MacArthur’s secretary visited Bilibid. Here he is talking to Doctor Skerl, a geologist. I believe Doctor Skerl was British. Stella Herklotz was also a Brit. Ward Graham who, is now deceased, became…

General MacArthur, center, stands on the rubble of his headquarters in Corregidor with some of the officers who left the island with him in February 1942. From left are Brigadier-General Legrande A. Diller, Major-General Charles A. Willoughby,…

Photo 1: "This is a photo of Manila burning on Feb. 5, 1945. That evening the 37th Division ordered the evacuation of all prisoners in Bilibid to an old shoe factory — Ang Tibay several miles north of Bilibid. Only a third of the military…

War Double Feature: "Real-life heroics that helped save the free world. The World War II Philippines are the setting for these battle-filled films that temper their heroics with the hard reality of history."

Holocaust in Manila / Homer Duncan

This brief book focuses on Japanese atrocities in the Philippines, particularly during the Death March in 1942 and the Battle for Manila in 1945.

The author adds a variety of other subjects, including a brief history of the Philippines and its…

Changing tides : World War II occupation and independence in the Philippines / Isabel Yumol Jennings

Call me tomorrow / by John H. Murphy

The doomed horse soldiers of Bataan : the incredible stand of the 26th Cavalry / Raymond G. Woolfe Jr.

Dear Miss Em : General Eichelberger's war in the Pacific, 1942-1945 / Jay Luvaas, editor.

The Song of Malaya [videorecording] : lament of the comfort women

Carmen & I : life under Japanese occupation in WWII : the memoirs of Jose Miguel C Fernandez / Maria Lourdes F. Godinez

American POWs on Japanese ships take a voyage into hell / by Lee A. Gladwin

Prison Camp in WW2 Manila, Philippines [sound recording]

General Joan of Arc / Marcel P. Sarmiento

In search of heroes : the life & times of Lt. Col. Frisco F. San Juan Sr.

A free Frenchman under the Japanese : the war diary of Paul Esmérian, Manila, Philippines, 1941-1945 / translated and edited by Robert Colquhoun

Darkroom soldier : photographs and letters from the South Pacific Theater World War II / by Frederick H. Hill ; with George Venn

Valor : working virtue of fidelity to country / Cabailo, Karganilla & 'The Hunters' Hellcats'

Valor [videorecording] : the legacy of Col. Emmanuel V. De Ocampo / written & directed by Bani Logrono ; presented by Board of Trustees of the World War II Museum and Philippine Veterans Bank, with Lucky Guillermo of Spyron-AV Manila

Major General Hugh J. Casey, US Army

Okupado : tales of survival during the Japanese occupation of the Philippines / Tiffany Limgenco

The forgotten men of Bataan / Gail C. Corondoni

In the rays of the rising sun / by Ruth Hudson Mladinich Madison ; introduction by Michael G. Corenthal ; memorial by Rev. David Hoyt Pfleiderer

"War is hell and being a prisoner of war may be even more hellish when you're at the mercy of a Japanese conqueror whose quest for power often overrules most rational decision making. The year was 1942, and Ruth Mladnich was living in Manila as the…

P.O.W. : a sailor's story / Ralph C. Poness ; edited by Ralph J. Poness

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