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Archives, Baguio City, Philippines.
gathered was used in the video documentary,
Secret War in the Pacific,
by the author.
Investigation of Alleged Atrocities by Members of the Japanese
Imperial Forces in Manila and other parts of Luzon, Philippine
Islands. Prepared for
Headquarters XIV Corps, Office of the Inspector General. April 9,
1945. By Colonel Emil Krause, IGD. And Lt. Col. R. Graham
Bosworth, IGD, during the period 25 February 1945 to 9 April, at
Luzon, Philippine Islands.—National Archives, USA. [IGD
page 33, item 63.
Some of these are in the Chick Parsons archives; the complete
transmissions are located in the MacArthur Memorial, Norfolk, VA,
||Aluit refers to
Yamashita’s transferring his headquarters to Baguio on January 2,
Cabangbang reports to MacArthur on Dec.
23, 1944 that his agents working within the “Nip”
that Manila is to be declared an open city on Dec. 26.
MacArthur January 14, 1945; and Ramsey to MacArthur December 24,
by author for
Manila 1945, Forgotten Atrocities
||Ramsey to MacArthur
January 13, 1945
to the author from Roderick Hall.
See page 200 of
The Battle for Manila.
See page 395 of
By Sword and Fire.
See Page 180 of
||Ibid. page 164
See page 41 of
Horror in the East.
||Ibid. page 69.
Page 33, item 61 of the
See page 346 of
By Sword and Fire.
||Ramsey to MacArthur,
See pages 156-157,
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Documents, Maps, Films, Books
Report of Investigation of
Alleged Atrocities by Members of the Japanese Imperial Forces in Manila
and other parts of Luzon, Philippine Islands.
Prepared for Headquarters XIV Corps, Office of the Inspector
General. April 9, 1945. By Colonel Emil Krause, IGD. And Lt. Col. R.
Graham Bosworth, IGD, during the period 25 February 1945 to 9 April, at
Luzon, Philippine Islands.—National Archives, USA.
Japanese colored map of the
Military Dispositions in Manila, February 1945; from National Archives,
Unnamed and unfinished and
never shown 20-minute documentary narrated and photographed by USMC
Captain David B. Griffin. We found this item AFTER we had finished our own
film on the same subject. Our conclusions are identical! Gift to author
from Bonnie Rowan.
WWII radio communications
between Captain Bartolomeo Cabangbang and General MacArthur; also between
Lt. Edwin Ramsey, head of the Eastern Central Luzon Guerrilla Area (ECLGA)
and MacArthur. Some of these are in the Chick Parsons Archives in Baguio.
The complete set resides in the MacArthur Memorial, Norfolk, VA, USA;
James Zobel, Archivist.
By Sword and Fire. Manila:
National Commission for
Culture and the Arts, 1994.
Ang, Armando A.
The Brutal Holocaust. Manila,
John Pimlott and
Duncan Anderson. The Battle for
Horror in the East. Cambridge,
MA: DaCapo, 2002.
Boulder, CO: Westview, 1996.
I B L I
O G R A
P H Y
Hirohito and the Making of Modern
Japan. New York: Harper Collins, 2001.
Flyboys. NY and Boston: Back
Bay Books, 2003.
Tojo, The Last Banzai.
Cambridge, MA:DaCapo 1998.
Wild Swans. London: Globalflair
Constantino, Renato (Ed).
Under Japanese Rule. Quezon
City: Foundation for Nationalist Studies 2001.
De Viana, Augusto (compiler).
Remembering World War II in the
National Historical Institute, 2007.
Escoda, Jose Ma. Bonifacio M.
Warsaw of Asia: The Rape of Manila.
Quezon City: Giraffe 2001.
It Took Four Years for the Rising
Sun to Set. Manila: De La Salle University Press, 2001.
La Ultima de Filipina.
Barcelona: Belacqva 2005 [The story of Elena Lizarraga during her ordeal
in the battle for Manila.]
Harris, Sheldon H.
Factories of Death. London and
New York: Routledge, 1994.
Hayes, Cmdr. Thomas [edited by
A.B. Feuer]. Bilibid Diary.
Hamden, CT: Archon Books, 1987
Hurley, John F., S.J.
Wartime Superior in the Philippines.
Manila: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2005
Legarda, Benito J. Jr.
Occupation ’42. Manila: De La
Salle University Press, 2003.
Lichauco, Marcial P.
Dear Mother Putnam. Manila:
Lichauco Family 1949.
Manalac, Fernando J. M.D.
Manila: Memories of World War II.
Quezon City: Giraffe 1995.
Monaghan, Forbes J.
Under the Red Sun. New York: Declan
Perez de Olaguer, Antonio.
Terror in Manila. Manila:
Memorare Manila 1945 Foundation, 2005 [Abridged translation of
El Terror Amarillo en Filipinas,
translated by Trinidad O. Regala; edited by Bernardita Reyes Churchill]