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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January 1, 1944

A few days ago, high-ranking Japanese officers complained to President Laurel of rumors circulating about the impending American attacks on the city. The President replied, "Yes, gentlemen, there are such rumors, but you are the cause of them." "How?" asked the Japanese officers in unison, surprised at the implications. "Are you not hurriedly setting up..

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December 24, 1943

The Vice-Rector of Letran College has returned from a trip to the South. According to him, the guerrillas are continuing their war activities although there is a prevailing state of no belligerence. The pacified zone extends some more into Cebu and Panay, but in both zones, peace is uncertain. The embers of hostility continue glowing..

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