Little Brown Brother: How the United States Purchased and Pacified the Philippine Islands at the Century's Turn
Wolff Productions, 1961 - Philippines - 383 pages
Leon Wolff tells the full story, revealing how and why the U.S. went from aiding Filipino independence to forcefully annexing the islands for themselves.
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EXPANSION AND INSURRECTION
THE CALL TO ARMS
DEwEY AND AGUINALDO
THE SIEGE OF MANILA
THE SPANISH COLLAPSE
BETwEEN wAR AND PEACE
THE TREATY OF PARIS
CLIMAX IN FEBRUARY
THE FIRST SHOCK
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