July 17, 1945 Tuesday

It was reported that there was a plan to launch a team composed of Osmeña for President and Romulo for Vice President. It is also said that Romulo had declined. It is too bad. We wish Romulo were a candidate so that the people can show that they do not consider Romulo the hero he..

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November 17, 1944

Sirens sounded twice today, first at about 11 a.m. indicating "stand-by" and then at 12 noon giving "All-Clear" signal. Saw no planes except three Jap fighters rhat flew very low over a house at Taft Avenue. People are disappointed. After heavy raids on Tuesday and Wednesday, they expected to hear of landings in Luzon. Apparently..

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November 10, 1944

Announcement of Gen. Tomoyuki Yamashita's appointment as Commander-in-Chief of Japanese forces in Philippines has served to bolster Japanese morale recently on the downgrade due to successive U.S. gains in Central and SW Pacific, Leyte landings, inability of Japanese planes to combat U.S. raiders. Main reason for relief of Lt. Gen. Shigenori Kuroda as Philippine Commander-in-Chief..

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January 15, 1944

The situation is getting more and more alarming. For a month now, we haven't received our ration of rice which the NARIC had been distributing in small quantities. It is either because there is no rice or because of certain reasons enumerated by Pres. Laurel in a recent speech, namely: The anomalies of the NARIC...

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