Category: Philippine History

PH Consul General in SF presents WWII in the Philippines by Cecilia I. Gaerlan

In commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, Bataan Legacy Historical Society, Memorare Manila 1945, the San Francisco Public Library and the Philippine Consulate General present World War II in the Philippines — The Legacy of Two Nations, an exhibition and a conference. The four-month exhibition will open on Saturday, September […]

The Jabidah Massacre

Also known as the Corregidor massacre, the Jabidah Massacre refers to an incident on March 18, 1968 in which members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) are said to have massacred a number of Muslim recruits who were escaping their covert training to reclaim Sabah. Sources differ regarding the details, with the number […]