Diary of Albert E. Holland

November 8, 1944

Quiet again –

The Japanese are bringing more war materials into this camp for protection – The front grounds are covered with generators, engines, truck chassis, small field guns, tin plate, rolls of wire for runways – We protested when they started to make a dump in the front – But they told us it was none of our business, that all Manila was a military objective and that our government had not been informed officially that Santo Tomás was being used as an Interment camp –

While we are sure our planes will never bomb this camp, the presence of the war materials is disturbing to say the least –

I find I must remain in bed almost all the time when I am not working or getting meals – I weigh 114 now.