mac was named commander of the southwest pacific theater and lead the army's attack on the island base's of Japan, mac was named as commander of the invasion of japan if that would have come to pass. he lead the us troops into Tokyo bay when the Japaneses surrendered in 1945. afterwards he was the leader of the us forces in japan after the war. mac died in 1964 at the age of 84
Commander pacific forces
He liberated the filipinos from the japanese invasion.
Clarke MacArthur plays for the Ottawa Senators.
Korean front This dude says Korean front when MacArthur was fighting in the pacific against Japan... MacArthur did play a part in Korea but that was during the Korean War not World War 2. So the Japanese front
Clarke MacArthur plays left wing for the Ottawa Senators.
Arnis. The new National Play of The Philippines and Sipa or other words "Kick" has decline it's offer to still be the National Play of The Philippines.
The World is an Apple is a very famous Filipino play. It was written by Alberto S. Florentino. This play depicts life of the poor people of the Philippines.
Surprisingly only 11% of people play basketball in the Philippines.
basketball is the main sports in philippines
Pinfall , Submission , or escaping the cage either from the top or the door.
You can play Rappelz the original version in the Philippines, but you cant play the RappelzSEA version anymore cause the game is closing down; probably because there was not good response.
To Play Jazz Congrats on escaping Mumbai!
just play k.o.s.
To have fun and play
a stick game it is fun for them
Alberto Florentino was born and lives in the Philippines. He is a playwright and book publisher. He is known for writing the play, 'The World is an Apple'.
Mac MacArthur debuted on May 2, 1884, playing for the Indianapolis Hoosiers at Seventh Street Park; he played his final game on June 9, 1884, playing for the Indianapolis Hoosiers at Seventh Street Park.
Fidel V. Ramos, former President of the Philippines is a staunch supporter of golf and golfers in the Philippines.
Highest ranking commander in the Pacific next to Gen MacArthur. Unlike the ETO (European Theater of Operations) which had one commander, Eisenhower; the PTO had two commanders, because it was so large.