British publisher launches book on PH history

MANILA After nearly a quarter of a century, a new book on the events that transpired in the Battle of Manila back in 1945 has been published as part of the United Kingdom's Pen and Sword multi-volume series, History of Terror.

The 128-page Battle of Manila, which recounts the clashes from Feb. 3, 1945 to March 3, 1945 that ended Japanese military rule in the Philippines, is eager to impress a global readership with more than 70 photographs collected from public archives in the country and abroad.

Source: Philippines News Agency

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British publisher launches book on PH history

MANILA After nearly a quarter of a century, a new book on the events that transpired in the Battle of Manila back in 1945 has been published as part of the United Kingdom's Pen and Sword multi-volume series, History of Terror.

The 128-page Battle of Manila, which recounts the clashes from Feb. 3, 1945 to March 3, 1945 that ended Japanese military rule in the Philippines, is eager to impress a global readership with more than 70 photographs collected from public archives in the country and abroad.

Source: Philippines News Agency

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