Asked in Philippines
Contribution of President Ramon Magsaysay in the Philippines?
The biggest contribution of President Ramon Magsaysay in the Philippines was the foundation of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization in 1954. He contributed to making Malacanang a "house of the people." ...
Asked in History of the Philippines, Philippines
What is difference between filipino and Japanese people?
Filipino are natives of the Philippines while Japanese people are hailing from Japan. Their culture and languages are also different. ...
Asked in World War 2, Douglas MacArthur
How did General MacArthur contribute to World War 2?
He defended the Philippines from the Japanese and when he left fo Australia, he returned on October in that year and liberated the Philippines from the Japanese. Im sure this will help you. Your welcome people. ...
What is the liberation of the Philippines from the Japanese?
The liberation of the Philippines is exactly that - the liberation of the Philippines, from the Japanese imperial army, by allied forces in World War 2. The Japanese invaded the Philippines in order to get resources, capture supply routes and to create a Japanese controlled "buffer zone" around mainland Japan. Allied forces, lead by MacArthur eventually retook the Philippines several years later and went on, along with other generals, to destroy the Japanese imperial army and subdue Japan's aggression. Whilst in the Philippines the Japanese...
What led the US to grant the Philippines independence?
The U.S. did not grant any independence to the Philippines. The Filipino people fought harder to get its indepence from the 3 Tyrants namely Spanish, Japanese and American. ...
Asked in World War 2, Japan in WW2, US in WW2, Philippines
Why did the japanese come to the philippines?
first answer: The Japanese , ostensibly , sought to establish the "Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere" wherein the intention to create a self-sufficient "bloc of Asian nations led by the Japanese and free of Western powers" . This was done to oust the Western Powers so that the Japanese would have commercial control of mineral resources throughout the region . second improved answer: In WW2, the Japanese invaded the Philippines to conquer this US territory that was to be granted indepenence in a few short...
Asked in Japan in WW2
What are the positive effects of Japanese occupation in the Philippine?
There were no positive things about it. In my life I have known several people who lived through it as residents of the Philippines as well as my father who fought with the US Army in the Philippines. It was a brutal time. ...
What is the contribution of Dr Francisco M Fronda in the field of science?
He is the father of poultry science in the Philippines. He has a Doctorate in Poultry Science, one of only five people in the world. ...
What are the influences of the Japanese to the Philippines in the fields of education beliefs agriculture architecture arts music and sports dances?
The Japanese were only in the Philippines from about January of '42 until about Oct '44. December 1941 the Japanese were attacking the Philippines; October 1944 was the Leyte Gulf naval battle with land invasions into the Philippines. The Japanese were only "settled into occupation" for less than 36 months (without heavy fighting). Thirty six months was only enough time for Japan to sort out the necessary Philippine people for construction work (forced labor), and begin building up defensive fortifications in the Philippines....
What is the difference between Philippines and Singapore?
Singapore is 117th largest country on earth by people with 4,701,069, the Philippines is 12th largest with 99,900,177 people. Singapore used to be a British colony until 1963; it is one of the busiest harbors in the world. The Philippines was a Spanish colony until 1898, at 34,000km it has the greatest coastline in the world. ...
Asked in World War 2, USSR in WW2, Philippines
Did USA occupies Philippines during World War 2?
The US took the Philippines from Spain in the Spanish-American War in 1898. Rather than grant the Philippines independence the US retained the Islands, fearing that if the US pulled out the Germans, Japanese or Russians would take over the Islands, and also because there was a faction in the US that wanted an "empire" in the Pacific, and these people were in control of the US government at the time. As WWII approached there was a plan, though, to grant the...
Asked in Christianity
Do Japanese people believe in Jesus?
There are Japanese Christians, but they are a minority, only about 1% of all Japanese people. There are Japanese Christians, but they are a minority, only about 1% of all Japanese people. There are Japanese Christians, but they are a minority, only about 1% of all Japanese people. There are Japanese Christians, but they are a minority, only about 1% of all Japanese people. There are Japanese Christians, but they are a minority, only about 1% of all Japanese people. There are Japanese Christians, but...
Asked in Japan in WW2, Philippines
What happened to the people living in the Philippines during the Japanese invasion?
They lived and worked under Japanese occupation. Any Philippine citizen suspected of a crime, was arrested and normally executed. According to one survivor, "...always suspicion, the Japanese always arrested you on suspicion." ...
Asked in History of the Philippines, Jose Rizal
What are the Contribution of Jose Rizal in the propaganda movement?
Jose Rizal became the leader of the Propaganda Movement in the Philippines. He contributed numerous political articles to the newspaper, La Solidaridad. He wrote two political novels, showcasing the long history of the native people of the Philippines. ...