War in the pacific

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War in the pacific

  1. 1. WAR IN THE PACIFIC
  2. 2. Man is always in search for the truth Sophia (Latin) = Wisdom Wisdom is not just understanding/knowing. Wisdom is the LOVE for the TRUTH. Not just knowing what it is but the why and the right thing to do.
  3. 3. TRUTH IS ELUSIVE ELUSIVE catch, or achieve. difficult to find, CACOPHONY OF VOICES sounds. a harsh, discordant mixture of HOW DO WE FIND THE TRUTH? By finding the OBJECTIVE REALITY Evidences
  4. 4. Two sides of every story Text Society doesn't care about the truth. They just want a story. Where was this before this false arrest? #guatemala#Philippines #buildingschools #givingback #freebizzle #freekalfanzo #Tacloban # Truth
  5. 5. Which camp is telling the truth
  6. 6. More pressing stories...
  7. 7. the rise of Japan
  8. 8. Greater East Sphere Asia CoProsperity A. control South-East Asia jointly with China. B. make South-East Asian countries the economic equals of Japan. C. use Asia as a source of raw materials and a market for manufactured goods. D. create an Asian free trade area to rival the European Economic Community.
  9. 9. Japanese hegemony
  10. 10. Japan imperialism WW II WW II his military solution called for the complete occupation of Southeast Asia and the Dutch East Indies in order to secure much needed raw resources. Oil Rubber
  11. 11. Mistake - japan The Japanese government believed that once these regions were firmly under their control, the Allies – and especially the United States – would sue for peace rather than fight a bloody war in distant lands.
  12. 12. Angry americans The Japanese however, did not anticipate the angry backlash which came as a result of their use of force at Pearl Harbor. a strong and adverse reaction
  13. 13. Americans capitalized that anger PROPAGANDA is a form of communication aimed towards influencing the attitude of the community toward some cause or position by presenting
  14. 14. AMERICAN PROPAGANDA-SUPER HEROES
  15. 15. JAPANESE PROPAGANDA WW II
  16. 16. JAPANESE PROPAGANDA EXAM ON FRIDAY
  17. 17. MODERN PROPAGANDA
  18. 18. Japan occupied the Philippines for over three of Japan. the years, until surrender
  19. 19. A highly effective guerilla campaign by sixty Philippine resistance forces controlled percent ofareas. the islands, mostly jungle and mountain Hukbalahap
  20. 20. Japanese Gov’t -philippines
  21. 21. DEATH MARCH MARCH
  22. 22. DEATH MARCH
  23. 23. DEATH MARCH
  24. 24. JAPANESE INVASION DAVAO DAVAO
  25. 25. ARRIVAL OF THE JAPANESE FORCES IN DAVAO Arrival in Davao City from PalauDetachments of Miura and Sakaguchi Island
  26. 26. commanding general of the 100th Division Japanese Imperial Army Davao District 1945 Davao District 1945 Davao District 1945
  27. 27. Lt. Minoru Wada, a World War II Japanese POW
  28. 28. DAPECOL Lt JOSE TUVILLA
  29. 29. History Towards the end of World War II, from March 10 to August 15, 1945, the allied forces of the United States and Filipino guerrillas staged a series of campaign called Operation Victor V to recapture and liberate Mindanao against the Japanese forces remaining in the island.
  30. 30. On March 10, 1945, General Douglas MacArthur, Field Marshal of the Philippine Army and Commander of the U.S. Army Forces in the Far East (USAFFE), ordered Lt. Gen. Robert L. Eichelberger, commanding general of the U.S. Eighth Army, to reclaim the entire Mindanao from the Japanese forces
  31. 31. The attack on the Philippines started on December 8, 1941 ten hours after the attack on Pearl Harbour in Hawaii.
  32. 32. Pearl Harbor
  33. 33. Japanese troops landed at the Lingayen Gulf on December 22, 1941
  34. 34. On the advice of President Quezon, General MacArthur declared Manila an open city on December 25, 1941
  35. 35. The 13,000 survivors on Corregidor surrendered on May 6, 1942.
  36. 36. When at last the fighting ended in the old Spanish citadel of Intramuros, Manila was in ruins.
  37. 37. On January 9, 1945 the Americans landed unopposed at the Lingayen Gulf on Luzon and closed on Manila.
  38. 38. Senselessness of War

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