Philippines Campaign (1944-1945) Video

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MacArthur reiterates his intention to return to the Philippines. Movie


Americans land on Leyte Gulf. October 20, 1944. Movie


Japanese Troops abandon plans to defend Manila and move forces to meet the Americans on Leyte. October 1944. Movie


Americans and Filipinos fight the Japanese in the streets of Manila. February 1945. Movie


American POWs held since 1942 are liberated. February 1945. Movie


Filipinos suffer at the hands of the Japanese as they retreat from Manila. February 1945. Movie

Internet Links

1944: Philippines Freed : IN OUR PAGES: 100, 75 AND 50 YEARS AGO

Philippines campaign (1944–45) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Battle of Manila (1945) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Philippine Liberation Medal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Battle of Mindanao - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Invasion of Palawan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Raid at Cabanatuan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Battle of the Visayas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Liberation of the Philippines (PDF)

Battle of Leyte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
. . . And a Few Marines: Marines in the Liberation of the Philippines (Planning for the Philippines)

The Liberation of the Philippines

Liberation of the Philippines

HyperWar: Return to the Philippines: Contents
Index to on-line histories of the liberation of the Philippines during World War II: Guerrilla operations, Leyte, Battle of Leyte Gulf, Luzon, etc.

HyperWar: US Army in WWII: The Approach to the Philippines

MacArthur Memorial Home - The City of Norfolk, VA.
Beautifully landscaped MacArthur Square in downtown Norfolk, Virginia is the site of the four buildings that comprise the MacArthur Memorial.

Leyte Naval Battles