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  2. Japan Recognizes Republic

    Eighteen-million Filipinos yesterday took on new life and became citizens of a truly independent nation. The Filipino flag has risen and now flies triumphantly alone, way up in the skies for the world to behold: a proud landmark ...

    Article : 1,581 words
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    OATH OF OFFICE--Before Chief Justice Jose Yulo of the Supreme Court (in magistrate's gown), President Jose P. Laurel (facing the camera) is shown taking his oath of office as Chief Executive of the new Philippine Republic. This scene was one of the highlights of yesterday's historic proclamation of the independence of the Philippines before a mammoth throng of Filipinos ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. President Outlines Measures To Provide Relief to Masses

    Determined to set the administrative machinery of the new Republic of the Philippines in motion to meet the pressing internal problems of the state, President Jose P. Laurel, in his first conference with the press at MalacaƱan Palace last night, revealed that he has asked the National Assembly to meet in special session at the earliest possible date to consider urgent legislation. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 824 words
  5. Laurel Demands U.S. Recognition

    The recognition by the American government and people of the independence of the Philippines and its status as a ...

    Article : 476 words
  6. Japan Gov't Offers Rice, Drugs And Cloths As Freedom Gifts

    As an expression of goodwill towards the Filipinos on their attainment of independence, the Japanese government, through Ambassador Syozo Murata, yesterday informed President Laurel of valuable gifts from Japan consisting of 25,000 cavans of rice, ...

    Article : 894 words



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