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May 26, 1942 - Corregidor Island falls to Japanese forces during the WWII

May 26, 1942 - Corregidor Island falls to Japanese forces during the WWII

A Philippine Lady, Manila, Philippine Islands, 1899 | by J. Tewell

A Philippine Lady, Manila, Philippine Islands, 1899 John T. Pilot Collections shared by: Binibini sa Sagingan

Sari-sari store, Unknown location in the Philippines, early 20th Century...The word sari-sari is Tagalog meaning "variety". by John T Pilot, via Flickr

Sari-sari store, Unknown location in the Philippines, early Century.The word sari-sari is Tagalog meaning "variety".

Young Spanish mestizo women in native dress inside a pleasant Filipino home, Erimita, Manila, Philippines, 1899 by John T Pilot, via Flickr. Back in the day, European blood was the key to success. If you look at their shows and movies today, it's still sorta the same.

Young Spanish mestizo women in native dress inside a pleasant Filipino home, Ermita, Manila, Philippines, 1899

8 Incredible Rare Recordings From Philippine History

Part 3 features scenes on the Philippine islands of Luzon and Cebu, including the zig-zag Kennon Road on the way to the City of Baguio, Jones Bridge in Manil.

These rare color photos of the Philippines were shot in the 1950s, and they're amazing: http://www.filipiknow.net/philippines-in-the-1950s/

Rare, candid color photos of the Philippines you've probably never seen before.

“Hotel de Oriente with its tropical Spanish arcade. Manila, Philippines, Late 19th or early 20th century”  Image source: John Tewell Colorized by E.S.Sison

“Hotel de Oriente with its tropical Spanish arcade. Manila, Philippines, Late or early century” Image source: John Tewell Colorized by E.

#Philippine_History  ____  Escolta, the principal business street in Manila, Philippines, circa 1899

____ Escolta, the principal business street in Manila, Philippines, circa 1899

“Rosario Street and Binondo Church from the Pasig River, Manila, Philippine Islands, Early 20th Century” Image source: Underwood & Underwood @ John Tewell Colorized by E.S.Sison

“Rosario Street and Binondo Church from the Pasig River, Manila, Philippine Islands, Early Century” Image source: Underwood & Underwood @ John Tewell Colorized by E.

Last Words Of: Macario Sakay, leader of the Tagalog Republic.  Sakay uttered his last words before being hanged by the Americans on September 13, 1907. The Americans had branded Sakay as a mere bandit, although contemporary historians have since regarded him as a true patriot who fought for his country.

13 famous last words from Filipinos we should hear

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