August 4, 1945, Saturday

We read in the Free Philippines the speech of Pres. Osmeña on the occasion of the anniversary of the death of Pres. Quezon. Among other things, he said that "if Quezon had stayed in the Philippines, he would have preferred death rather than cooperate with the Japanese." It was of course an attack against Roxas...

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January 31, 1945

There is no Foreign Legion in the American Army. But there is one particular group composed of daring characters who court death and who are sent on missions behind enemy lines. These are the "Rangers". When sent on missions they do not wear the military uniform in order not to be detected by the enemy,..

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January 27, 1945

We would frequently meet soldiers who say, "I am Spanish." Curious as to how there could be Zamorans in the U.S. Army we asked one of them: "From what province are you?" "From California". And he explained, "My father was Spanish and my mother Mexican, and I am an American citizen. We've just arrived and..

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September 3, 1941

Our Q-Boat depth charge firing exercises against submarine targets will continue during the week to finally complete the training program. Then, I understand the selection Board headed by C,OSP Capt. Andrada will announce the permanently  designated officers and crew of Q-111 Luzon; Q-112 Abra; and Q-113 Agusan. There are only six slots for Os to..

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