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MJching23
3:15 RIP
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us wojak soldier
1:19 as pinoy if I were a child in ww2 pinoy I will stole his sword and show on his mouth and make him bleed
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박은재
thats why China needs to come back as an allied forces to americans, NATO and United Nation must betray Japan for the second time, i hope communism in China comes to an end and burn the soul of presence of Mao Zedong so that China would become an Independent Country just like Taiwan and joined the forces of United Nations just like before and betray Japan again for the second time so that people neither the world remember that their brutality of their being aggression in Japan was so insane than you think
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Dlaurens
This is beautiful and informative, not only did you show how the Japanese military act, but the struggle for us Filipinos are kinda sad too, unfortunately the new generation, MY generatio, are now drowned through the media to the point we forget what our relationship with Japan was in the past
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Angeline Tabacug
Angeline TabacugbrUI-FC2-CAS1-50brbr1) Japan was a rising imperial power They wanted to compete Western imperialism The Philippines were strategically important to the Japanese for a number of reasons They needed resources to fully compete and sustain the growth of their empire, and they had to expand in order to get raw materials from our country Colonizing us would deprive the US of a regional advance base It would also serve as a Japanese base for attacks on the Dutch East Indies, as well as secure supply and communication lines between the Japanese home islands and their conquered territoriesbrbrbr2) Roxas, Manuelbr- His most notable accomplishment was the passage of the Jones Act, which provided for the independence of the Philippines He was elected to the Senate in 1916 and later became Senate President He led the first Independence Mission to the United States In 1934, Congress passed the Tydings-McDuffie Independence ActbrbrQuirino, ElpidobrBecause the Philippines was still in the midst of postwar reconstruction, Quirino focused on two main goals His first priority was to repair his administration's economy To that end, he established the PACSA (President's Action Committee on Social Amelioration), ACCFA (Agricultural Credit Cooperatives Financing Administration), Labor Management Advisory Board, and the Rural Banks of the Philippines These were created to alleviate the sufferings of poor families, assist farmers in marketing their products, advise him on labor issues, and facilitate utilities in rural areas, in that order His second goal was to restore the people's faith and confidence in the Philippine government To accomplish this, he revived former President Quezon's "fireside chats," which provided citizens with government updates via live radio broadcastsbrbrMagsaysay, Ramonbr- Rebel returnees and landless farmers benefited from Republic Act No 1160 of 1954, as they were given home lots and farm lands Also, despite the fact that the Republic Act No 1199 (Agricultural Tenancy Act of 1954) amended the law on the tenancy issue, farmers benefited from the distributionbrbrGarcia, CarlosbrBohlen–Serrano AccordbrThe Bohlen-Serrano Agreement was the law that reduced the original 99-year lease of US bases in the Philippines to 25 years; the agreement was only renewable for up to 5 years The austerity program benefited both the common Filipino and the Garcia administration; as a result of its implementation, the government was able to regain some of the trust that had been lost due to the country's rampant corruption While the Filipinos were able to re-establish their trust in the governmentbrbrMacapagal, Diosdadobr- In Agricultural Land Reform Code of 1963,brabolished share tendency on rice and corn farmlands and establishment of a leasehold system where farmers would pay rentals to landlords instead of harvests
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Vea Kriszia Gardose Glorian
GLORIAN, VEA KRISZIA G brUI-FC2-CAS1-45brWhat was the Philippine like in world war II? brThe Philippines had suffered great loss of life and tremendous physical destruction by the time the war was over An estimated 1 million Filipinos had been killed, a large proportion during the final months of the war, and Manila was extensively damaged
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Avant Fin Ii Gimeno Geonanga
GEONANGA, AVANT FIN II G brUI-FC2-CAS1-48 br br*What do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2? br br-Japan wanted to gain power over their neighbors and also to oust the American and European influences from the region In order to fully compete and sustain the growth of their empire, they needed resources Since japan lacked the raw materials needed, they had to expand in order to get it from other territories The Philippines was one of their targets to be a source of their raw materials br br br br br*Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those br brManuel Roxas br- On January 1, 1947 under the Bell Trade Act, the Parity Amendment was introduced It gave American citizens and corporations equal rights to Filipinos to utilize natural resources and operate public utilities br brElpidio Quirino br-On January 24, 1949 President Quirino established the Action Committee on Social Amelioration through Administrative Order No 68, in order to efficiently promote the welfare of citizens in the rural districts br brRamon Magsaysay br-Credited with restoring peace, law, and order during the Philippine crisis of the 1950s and the Hukbalahap rebellion, br brCarlos P Garcia br-One major accomplishment was signing a bill that outlawed the Communist Party in the Philippines br brDiosdado Macapagal br-He introduced the country's first land reform law, placed the peso on the free currency exchange market, and liberalized foreign exchange and import controls br br brThe reason why I chose these greatest accomplishments of all the said past presidents is to project what are their contributions during their own terms by promoting the Rights of Filipinos Knowing that they have the highest position handled in the whole nation of the Philippines, the welfare of Filipino citizens is the one that should be emphasized and always in concern
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patricia may lagañosa
LAGA ÑOSA, PATRICIA MAY B brUI-FC2-CAS1-49 br brWhat do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during world war ? br -At the time, the Philippines' economy was doing very well At that wonderful past of the Philippines, the Philippines is the 13th wealthiest country in the world, and it is also only the second in terms of wealth and military power in Asia br brbrCite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those? brbr Manuel Roxas br - He is credited with reviving the Philippine economy following World War II by enacting the Bell Trade Act, which granted the United States parity rights, preferential tariffs, and a 2:1 fixed exchange rate in exchange for $800 million in post-war reconstruction funds He also put the US-Philippine Military Bases Agreement into effect br brbrElpidio Quirino br - Quirino promised to assist in rebuilding, repairing, and replacing the country's existing system since it was post-war and everything was back to square one He promised to solve the unemployment issues that were prevalent at the time He also intends to raise people's wages so that they can buy instead of just produce, thereby lowering the inflation rate Quirino would ensure that market prices are kept under control and that no products are overpriced His administration will prioritize industrialization and the use of citizens' talents and abilities for the development of the Philippines br brbrRamon Magsaysay br - Ramon del Fierro Magsaysay Sr (August 31, 1907 – March 17, 1957) was the seventh President of the Philippines, serving from December 30, 1953 until his death in an airplane crash on March 17, 1957 Magsaysay, an automobile mechanic, was appointed military governor of Zambales following his distinguished service as a guerilla leader during the Pacific War He then served two terms as a Liberal Party congressman from Zambales before being appointed by President Elpidio Quirino as Secretary of National Defense Under the banner of the Nacionalista Party, he was elected President br brHe was the first Philippine President born in the twentieth century, as well as the first born after the Spanish colonial era br brbrCarlos PGarcia br - Carlos P Garcia (1896-1971) was the Republic of the Philippines' fourth president He was notable for announcing the Filipino First Policy, which aimed to complete and ensure Philippine economic independence and sovereignty br brbrDiosdado Macapagal br - As President, Macapagal worked to combat graft and corruption while also boosting the Philippine economy He enacted the country's first land reform law, liberalized foreign exchange and import controls, and placed the peso on the free currency exchange market
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Krishamae Belarmino Catuiran
KRISHAMAE B CATUIRAN brUI-FC2-CAS1-48 br-What do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2? During the mid-20th century, Japan was a rising imperial power They wanted to compete with Western imperialism, which was already dominant even before the 20th century In order to fully compete and to sustain the growth of their empire, they needed resources Since Japan lacked raw materials needed, they had to expand in order to get it from other territories The Philippines was one of their targets to be a source of their raw materials br-Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those One of the accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas is that he displayed profound statesmanship and intelligence, making his mark as a master of economics What I like about it is, Roxas contributed greatly to the laying of the foundations of the Philippine independence, as well as to its attainment Quirino's six years as president were marked by notable postwar reconstruction, general economic gains, and increased economic aid from the United States I chose it because Quirino supported the establishments of several industrial plants and projects at strategic point Ramon Magsaysay is best known for successfully defeating the communist-led Hukbalahap (Huk) movement I admire how he has shown interest in pursuing issues that manifest his sense of concern for the greatest number of people and strong belief for moral principles During Garcia’s administration, he acted on the Bohlen–Serrano Agreement, which shortened the lease of the American military bases from 99 years to 25 years and made it renewable after every five years It was characterized by its austerity program and its insistence on a comprehensive nationalist policy As President, Macapagal worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy He introduced the country's first land reform law, placed the peso on the free currency exchange market, and liberalized foreign exchange and import controls I chose this because he placed the peso on the free currency-exchange market, encouraged exports, passed the country’s first land-reform legislation, and sought to curb income tax evasion, particularly by the wealthiest families, which cost the treasury millions of pesos yearly
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Julie Ann Laudenio Norada
NORADA, JULIE ANN L brUI-FC2-CAS1-49 br1) Since Japan was a rising imperial power during mid-20th century, Japan wanted to compete with Western Imperialism In aiming to entirely finished and support the growth of their empire, they needed resources, in which Japan led to take over the Philippines during World War 2 Hence, Japan was lacked of raw materials they needed, they had to expand in order to get it from the other territories like Philippines, since our country was one of their targets to be source of raw materials br2) The greatest accomplishment of Manuel Roxas was the wide-sweeping legislative program since the country was facing aftermath of war Under his term, the Philippine Rehabilitation Act and Philippine Trade Act Laws were accepted by the Congress br* Under the term of Elpidio Quirino, his greatest accomplishment was the postwar reconstruction, general economic gains and increased economic aid from United States Ramon Magsaysay was best known for successfully defeating the communist led by HUKBALAHAP movement He achieved Social Security Law of 1954 in order to solve the problems of communism and insurgency as well as laws for the protection of farmers br * Carlos P Garcia promoted the "Filipino First" policy to regain economic independence He also established the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act br* Lastly, the term under Diosdado Macapagal He worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy Also, he introduced the first land reform law, placed peso on the free currency exchange market and liberalized foreign exchange and import controls Choosing those accomplishments was their major achievements for the welfare of our country
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April Rose Bangero Diaz
UI-FC2-CAS1-7brQ1: What do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?brA:To prevent the use of the Philippines as an advance base of operations by American forces To acquire staging areas and supply bases to enhance operations against the Dutch East Indies and Guam To secure the lines of communication between occupied areas in the south and the Japanese Home Islands
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Erica S Sadje
ERICA S SADJEbrUI-FC2-CAS1-50brbr1 Japan is a rising imperial power They want to expand their manufacturing, but they lack raw materials The Philippines is rich in raw materials, and they saw it as an opportunity to invade the countrybrbr2 MANUEL ROXASbrHe was the fifth president of the Philippines and the last president of the Commonwealth Under his term, the Philippine Rehabilitation Act and Philippine Trade Act laws were accepted by Congress brbrELPIDIO QUIRINObrEstablishment of the Agricultural Credit Cooperative Financing Administration (ACCFA) to help farmers market their crops and save them from usurers I chose this achievement of Qurino because it assists small farmers in securing liberal creditbrbrRAMON MAGSAYSAYbrThe seventh president of the Philippines established the National Resettlement and Rehabilitation Administration (NARRA), among other agrarian reforms This will help boost agricultural production in the PhilippinesbrbrCARLOS P GARCIA is known for his Filipino First policy, which puts the interests of the Filipinos above those of foreigners Aimed at ensuring Filipino economic and independence sovereigntybrbrDIOSDADO MACAPAGALbrThe first land reform law was enacted, allowing for the purchase of private farmland and the distribution of small pieces of land to the landless It helps small farmers become more self-sufficient, self-reliant, and responsible citizens, as well as a source of true strength in our democratic society
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Kate Isabel Famulaga Amuan
AMUAN, KATE ISABEL FbrUI-FC2-CAS1-7brbrQ1The Japanese planned to occupy the Philippines as part of their plan for a "Greater East Asia War" in which their Southern Expeditionary Army Group seized sources of raw materials in Malaya and the Netherlands East Indies while the Combined Fleet neutralized the United States Pacific Fleetbr brQ2Manuel Roxas - The parity amendment which was an amendment necessary to attract rehabilitation funds and investments for the Philippines With the approval of this 620 million dollars was provided by the US to the Philippines as a war damage compensation Adding to that the Roxas administration pioneered the foreign policy
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Lorie Ann Solas Palma
Palma,Lorie Ann Solas brUI-FC2-CAS1-47brbrWhat do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during world war 2?br-to occupy the Philippines as part of their plan for a "Greater East Asia War" in which their Southern Expeditionary Army Group seized sources of raw materials in Malaya and the Netherlands East Indies brbrbr1manuel roxas-He is credited for revitalizing the Philippine economy after the World War II He implemented the Bell Trade Act which granted the United States parity rights, preferential tariffbr2carlos Garcia administration was the current economic situation during that time br3brDiosdado Macapagal was the ninth President of the Republic of the Philippines He was President from 1961 to 1965worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy He introduced the country's first land reform law, placed the peso on the free currency exchange market, and liberalized foreign exchange and import controlsbr4 Elpedio quirino became a member of the Philippine Independence Commmission that was sent to Washington headed by Manuel L Quezon, that secured the passage in the United States Congress of the Tydings–McDuffie Act br5ramon Magsaysay -the restoring peace, law, and order during the Philippine crisis of the 1950s and the Hukbalahap rebellion
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mark angelo mariano arcenal
Arcenal, Mark Angelo MbrUI-FC2-CAS1-48brbrThe Japanese occupation of the Philippines occurred between 1942 and 1945, when Imperial Japan occupied the Commonwealth of the Philippines during World War II The invasion of the Philippines started on 8 December 1941, ten hours after the attack on Pearl Harborbr br1 Elpido Quirino - In 1934 Quirino became secretary of finance He was also one of the drafters of the constitution approved on May 15, 1935 When the Philippine Commonwealth was inaugurated on Nov 15, 1935, he held the position of secretary of finance (1935-1936) and then became secretary of interior (1936-1938)brbr2 Diosdado Macapagal - As President, Macapagal worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy He introduced the country's first land reform law, placed the peso on the free currency exchange market, and liberalized foreign exchange and import controlsbrbr3 Ramon Magsaysay, (born Aug 31, 1907, Iba, Phil —died March 17, 1957, near Cebu), president of the Philippines (1953–57), best known for successfully defeating the communist-led Hukbalahap (Huk) movementbrbr4 Carlos P Garcia (1896-1971) was the fourth president of the Republic of the Philippines He was noted for the enunciation of the Filipino First Policy, intended to complete and guarantee Philippine economic independence and sovereigntybrbr5 Manuel Roxas - He broke with President Osmeña and formed the Liberal party, which he led to victory as presidential candidate on April 23, 1946 Roxas thus became the last president of the Commonwealth and the first president of the Republic of the Philippines when it was inaugurated on July 4, 1946
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Rachel Bordon Suganob
Rachel B SuganobbrUI-FC2-CAS1-47brbr1What do you think are the motivation of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during WW2?br Japan was a rising imperial power In order to fully compete and to sustain the growth of there empire, they needed resources Since Japan lacked the raw materials needed, they had to expand in order to get it from other territories The Philippines was one of their targets to be a source of their raw materialsbrbr2 Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos Garcia and Diosdado Macapagalbrbr•Manuel Roxasbr -The administration of Roxas demonstrated unequivocally that political sovereignty without economic independence encourages reaction, the perpetuation of social injustices, and exploitationbr•Ramon Magsaysay - he's credited with restoring peace, order and law In addition, he was able to defeat the communist-led HUKBALAHAP MOVEMENTbr•Diosdado Macapagalbr-Macapagal worked to combat graft and corruption while also boosting the Philippine economy He enacted the country's first land reform law, devalued the peso, and liberalized foreign exchange and import controlsbr•Elpidio QuirinobrThe establishment of rural banks in the provinces to provide low-interest loans to farmersbr•Carlos P GarciabrNotable accomplishment is the "Filipino First" policy, which states that Filipinos have priority over non-Filipinos in receiving foreign exchange In accordance with the policy, Garcia promised that his administration would assist Filipino entrepreneurs in establishing businesses in industries dominated by non-Filipinos
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Novelle Joyce Guillermo Acupan
ACUPAN, NOVELLE JOYCE GbrUI-FC2-CAS1-45brbr1 The Japanese invade the Philippines to be the source of their raw materials needed to fully compete and to sustain the growth of their empirebrbrA Manuel Roxas - The establishment of the Rehabilitation Finance Corporation This corporation helped to reconstruct and develop the agriculture, commerce and all that damaged by the warbrB Elpidio Quirino- The Agricultural Credit and Cooperative Financing Administration This one assisted our farmers in securing credit, and helped them with their products to market it properlybrC Ramon Magsaysay- He established the Presidential Complaint and Action Commission I choose this because it gives people rights to be involved in a government matter, and to be heard regarding their concernsbrD Carlos P Garcia- He promoted the "Filipino First" policy It was ideal for me to always put your people and nationality first that's why I choose this, we have been colonize since then It was a great move to actually have our own freedom ,by promoting our own, and mobilize national savingsbrE Diosdado Macapagal- Established the Emergency Employment Administration It alleviate poverty by providing solutions for unemployment
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Dames Dayrit Tarra
TARRA, DAMES KNOW D brUI-FC2-CAS1-40brbrA What do you think are the motives of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War II?brbrdelDuring the mid/del 20th century, Japan was a rising imperial power They wanted to compete with Western imperialism, which was already dominant even before the 20th Century In order to fully compete and to sustain the growth of their empire, they needed resources Since Japan lacked the raw materials needed, they had to expand in order to get it from other territories The Philippines was one of their targets to be source of their raw materials; as a colony of the US, the Philippines become the prime target of Japanese invasionbrbrB Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of late Presidents' Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos Garcia and Diosdado Macapagal Discuss your reason for choosing those brbrMacapagal- As President, Macapagal worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy I chose this accomplishment because it contributed a lot in our country He also introduced the country's first land reform law, placed the peso on the free currency exchange market, and liberalized foreign exchange and import controlsbrbrGarcia- He was a delegate to the World Conference at San Francisco to draft the charter of the United Nations Organization in May 1945 He acted as presiding officer of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization Conference in Manila in 1954, which produced the Manila Treaty and the Pacific CharterbrbrMagsaysay- was the seventh Philippine president Credited with restoring peace, law, and order during the Philippine crisis of the 1950s and the Hukbalahap rebellion, he was the first Philippine president from the landless lower middle class, the petit bourgeois stratum of societybrbrQuirino- six years as president were marked by notable postwar reconstruction, general economic gains, and increased economic aid from the United States Basic social problems, however, particularly in the rural areas, remained unsolved; however, Quirino's administration was tainted by widespread graft and corruptionbrbrRoxas- during his term, he displayed profound statesmanship and intelligence, making his mark as a master of economics He was among the “ seven wise men “ who drew up the Constitutional Convention and accordingly became the last of the Commonwealth presidents and the first for the Republic of the Philippines
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Mary Grace Ponsica Tabarnero
UI-FC2-CAS1-46brMARY GRACE TABARNERObrWhat Japanese motivated them to invade our country is the desire to surpass the Western Imperialism, knowing that our country is rich in raw materials and other sources, they chose invade usbrbrManuel Roxas- reorganized the government and proposed a wide-sweep legislative program where it includes the creation of different departments, proposing of Central Banks for Philippine banking system, a good offer for Americans in exchange of helping us with rehabilitation, and also making our country join several essential groups like UNESCO, WHO, ILO and etcbrbrElpidio Quirino- he travelled around our country to know the condition of the nation and later established the Social Security Study Commission that investigates socio-economic problems of the working class and formulate legislation developing social welfare brbrRamon Magsaysay- he established the Social Security Law of 1954, The Agricultural Tenancy Act of the Philippines and more that concerns the rights and security of the country and it's citizens brbrCarlos P Garcia- He promoted the "Filipino First Policy" to regain economic independence of the Philippines This includes the patronization of the Filipino products brbrDiosdado Macapagal- passed several Republic Acts that concerns economy (RA No 3844, No 3518 and etc), transportation (RA No 4156) brbrI chose these great accomplishments of them since it hugely aims for our sovereignty, citizen welfare, regaining of our economic growth, and especially the rehabilitation we needed after the Japanese Invasion
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Trisha Mae Golveo Golingay
GOLINGAY,TRISHA MAE GbrUI-FC2-CAS1-5 brbrQ1: What do you think are the motivations brof Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?brbrAnswer: brI believe Japan's purpose for invading and occupying the Philippines during WWII was to establish authority over its neighbors while also removing American and European influences from the region The western powers began to pay notice to the situation in early 1941 The United States of America dispatched troops to the PhilippinesbrbrQ2: Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those brbrAnswer: brbrMANUEL ROXAS -During his term, he displayed profound statesmanship and intelligence, making his mark as a master of economics He was among the “ seven wise men “ who drew up the Constitutional Convention and accordingly became the last of the Commonwealth presidents and the first for the Republic of the PhilippinesbrbrElpidio Quirino- Quirino's six years as president were marked by notable postwar reconstruction, general economic gains, and increased economic aid from the United States Basic social problems, however, particularly in the rural areas, remained unsolved; Quirino's administration was tainted by widespread graft and corruptionbrbrRamon Magsaysay- restoring peace, law, and order during the Philippine crisis of the 1950s and the Hukbalahap rebellion, he was the first Philippine president from the landless lower middle class, the petit bourgeois stratum of societybrbrCarlos P Garcia - He was noted for the enunciation of the Filipino First Policy, intended to complete and guarantee Philippine economic independence and sovereigntybrbrDiosdado Macapagal - Macapagal worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy
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Jenny Rose Janeo
JANEO,JENNY ROSEbrUI-FC2-CAS1-6br1brQWhat do you think are the motivations of japan in invading and colonizing fhe Philippines during world war 2?brbrAns;The Japanese planned to occupy the Philippines as part of their plan for a "Greater East Asia War" in which their Southern Expeditionary Army Group seized sources of raw materials in Malaya and the Netherlands East Indies while the Combined Fleet neutralized the United States Pacific FleetPhilippines economy are very good at that time because Philippines is the 13th wealthiest country in the world,Philippines is only 2nd in terms of wealth and military power in Asiabrat that wonderful past of the Philippinesbrbr2brQCite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late president Manuel Roxas,Elpidio Quirino,Ramon Magsaysay,Carlos P Garcia and Diosdado MacapagalAfter that discuss your reason for choosing thosebrbrAns;brManuel Roxas-During his term, he displayed profound statesmanship and intelligence, making his mark as a master of economics He was among the “ seven wise men “ who drew up the Constitutional Convention and accordingly became the last of the Commonwealth presidents and the first for the Republic of the PhilippinesHe broke with President Osmeña and formed the Liberal party, which he led to victory as presidential candidate on April 23, 1946 Roxas thus became the last president of the Commonwealth and the first president of the Republic of the Philippines when it was inaugurated on July 4, 1946
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Karlstien Nillos Embino
EMBINO, KARLSTIEN NbrUI-FC2-CAS1-5brbr*Japan invaded the Philippines to prevent American forces from using it as an advance base of operations Obtaining staging areas and supply bases in order to improve operations against the Dutch East Indies and Guam To protect communication routes between occupied areas in the south and the Japanese Home Islands Japan wishes to colonize the Philippines in order to gain power over their neighbors and to expel American and European influences from the region brbr*Elpidio Quirino'sbr- The establishment of the Agricultural Credit Cooperative Financing Administration (ACCFA) to assist farmers in marketing their crops and protecting them from usurerssix Quirino's years as president were marked by notable postwar reconstruction, general economic gains, and increased US economic aid However, fundamental social issues, particularly in rural areas, remained unresolved; Quirino's administration was marred by widespread graft and corruption
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Bryan Guillano Dolendo
DOLENDO, BRYAN GbrUI-FC2-CAS1-8brQ1: What do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?brbrAnswer: I think the motivation of japan in invading and colonizing the philippines during world war 2 They wanted to gain power over their neighbors and also to oust American and European influences from the region Early in 1941, the western powers were beginning to pay attention to the situation America sent troops to the PhilippinesbrbrbrQ2: Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those brbrAnswer: The greatest accomplishment of Manuel Roxas,He was among the “ seven wise men “ who drew up the Constitutional Convention and accordingly became the last of the Commonwealth presidents and the first for the Republic of the PhilippinesbrbrElpidio Quirino- During His administration revolves around strengthening the people's confidence in the government and the restoration of peace He formulated labor policies and formulate legislation developing social welfare He also established The Agricultural Credit and Cooperative Financing AdministrationbrbrRamon Magsaysay- The Presidential Complaint and Action Commissionwas formed by Ramon Magsaysay The SocialSecurity Law was also passed during the Magsaysayadministration The Agricultural Tenancy Act and Land Reform are two pieces of legislation that primarily benefit and protect farmersbrbrCarlos Garcia - He was the fourth president of the Republic of the Philippines He was noted for the enunciation of the Filipino First Policy, intended to complete and guarantee Philippine economic independence and sovereigntybrbrworked to combat bribery and corruption whilealso boosting the Philippine economy brbrDiosdado Macapagal- He enacted the country's first land reform law, liberalizedforeign exchange and import limitations, and putthe peso on the free currency exchange market
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Efrelyn Eris
ERIS, EFRELYN JbrUI-FC2-CAS1-7brbrJapan launched a surprise attack on the Philippines on December 8, 1941, just ten hours after the attack on Pearl Harbor The Philippine defense continued until the final surrender of United States-Philippine forces on the Bataan Peninsula in April 1942 and on Corregidor in May
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NICK PARAISO
NICK T PARAISObrUI-FC2-CAS1-47brbrWhat do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?brbrThe Japan occupy the Philippines as part of there plan fo a Greater East Asia War in which their southern Expeditionary Army Groups seized sources of raw materials in Malaya ang the Netherlands East Indies while the combined Fleet neutralized the United States Pacific FleetbrbrbrAccomplishment:brbrManuel RoxasbrHe led to victory as presidential candidate on April 23,1946 Roxas thus become the last president of the Commonwealth ang the first president of the Republic of the Philippines when it was inaugurated on July 4,1946brbr Elpidio QuirinobrWas called the father of Industrialization of the PhilippinesQuirino marked by notable post-was reconstruction,general economic gains and increase economic aid from the United StatesbrbrRamon MagsaysaybrRamon Magsaysay credited with restoring peace,law, and order during Philippine crisis of the 1950s and the HUKBALAHAP RebellionbrbrCarlos P Garcia brHe was delegate to the World Conference at San Francisco to draft the charter of United Nations Organization in May 1945He acted as presiding officer of Southeast Asia Treaty Organization Conference in Manila in 1954,which produced the Manila treaty and the Pacific ChartebrbrDiosdado MacapagalbrMacapagal worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine EconomyHe introduced the country first land reform law,placed the peso on the free currency exchange market,and liberalized foreign exchange and and import controls
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Relyn Gay Decolongon
BRETAÑA, RELYN GAY DbrUI-FC2-CAS1-6brbrQ1: What do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?brbr- The Japanese planned to occupy the Philippines because they wanted to compete with Western imperialism, which was already dominant even before the 20th century In order to fully compete and to sustain the growth of their empire, they needed resources Since Japan lacked the raw materials needed, thay had to expand in order to get it from other territories The Philippines was one of their targets to be a source of their raw materials Japan invaded and colonize the Philippines in order to fully compete and to sustain the growth of their empire, they needed resources Since Japan lacked the raw materials needed, they had to expand in order to get it from other territories The Philippines was one of their targets to be source of their raw material As a colony of the United States in Southeast Asia, the Philippines became a prime target for a Japanese invasionbrbrQ2: Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those brbrbr- Manuel Roxas - The parity amendment which was an amendment necessary to attract rehabilitation funds and investments for the Philippines With the approval of this 620 million dollars was provided by the US to the Philippines as a war damage compensation Adding to that the Roxas administration pioneered the foreign policybrbrElpidio Quirino- His administration revolves around strengthening the people's confidence in the government and the restoration of peace He formulated labor policies and formulate legislation developing social welfare He also established The Agricultural Credit and Cooperative Financing AdministrationbrbrRamon Magsaysay - Magsaysay established the Presidential Complaint and action Commission Also the Magsaysay administration accomplished the Social Security Law The Agricultural Tenancy Act and Land Reform Wich mainly help and protect the farmersbrbrCarlos Garcia - He was the fourth president of the Republic of the Philippines He was noted for the enunciation of the Filipino First Policy, intended to complete and guarantee Philippine economic independence and sovereigntybrbrDiosdado Macapagal - worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy He introduced the country's first land reform law, placed the peso on the free currency exchange market, and liberalized foreign exchange and import controls
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Relyn Gay Decolongon
BRETAÑA, RELYN GAY DbrUI-FC2-CAS1-6brbrQ1: What do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?brbr- The Japanese planned to occupy the Philippines because they wanted to compete with Western imperialism, which was already dominant even before the 20th century In order to fully compete and to sustain the growth of their empire, they needed resources Since Japan lacked the raw materials needed, thay had to expand in order to get it from other territories The Philippines was one of their targets to be a source of their raw materials Japan invaded and colonize the Philippines in order to fully compete and to sustain the growth of their empire, they needed resources Since Japan lacked the raw materials needed, they had to expand in order to get it from other territories The Philippines was one of their targets to be source of their raw material As a colony of the United States in Southeast Asia, the Philippines became a prime target for a Japanese invasionbrbrQ2: Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those brbrbr- Manuel Roxas - The parity amendment which was an amendment necessary to attract rehabilitation funds and investments for the Philippines With the approval of this 620 million dollars was provided by the US to the Philippines as a war damage compensation Adding to that the Roxas administration pioneered the foreign policybrbrElpidio Quirino- His administration revolves around strengthening the people's confidence in the government and the restoration of peace He formulated labor policies and formulate legislation developing social welfare He also established The Agricultural Credit and Cooperative Financing AdministrationbrbrRamon Magsaysay - Magsaysay established the Presidential Complaint and action Commission Also the Magsaysay administration accomplished the Social Security Law The Agricultural Tenancy Act and Land Reform Wich mainly help and protect the farmersbrbrCarlos Garcia - He was the fourth president of the Republic of the Philippines He was noted for the enunciation of the Filipino First Policy, intended to complete and guarantee Philippine economic independence and sovereigntybrbrDiosdado Macapagal - worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy He introduced the country's first land reform law, placed the peso on the free currency exchange market, and liberalized foreign exchange and import controls
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Shellie may Jinson
JINSON, SHELLIE MAY MbrUI-FC2-CAS1-8brWhat do you think are the motivation of japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?br*In order to fully compete and maintain the expansion of their empire, Japan attacked and colonized the Philippines Because Japan lacked the necessary raw materials, it had to expand to obtain them from other countries The Philippines was one of their primary goals for obtaining raw materials The Philippines, as a US colony in Southeast Asia, became a strong target for a Japanese invasionbrbrCite Atleast One of the Greatest Accomplishment of the late president Manuel Roxas,Elpidio Quirino and Diosdado MacapagalAfter that,discuss your reason for choosing thosebrbr* Manuel Roxas was the first president of the Republic of the Philippines and the last president of the Commonwealth His administration demonstrated unequivocally that political autonomy without economic independence breeds reaction, perpetuates social inequalities, and encourages exploitationbrbr*During Elpidio Quirino's five years as president, the country had substantial postwar reconstruction, overall economic gains, and increased US economic helpbrbr*Ramon Magsaysay was the seventh President of the Philippines He was the first Philippine president from the landless lower middle class, the petit bourgeois stratum of society, and is credited with restoring peace, law, and order during the Philippine crisis of the 1950s and the Hukbalahap revoltbrbr*Carlos P is a writer Garcia was the Republic of the Philippines' fourth president He is well known for announcing the Filipino First Policy, which aims to fulfill and ensure the Philippines' economic independence and sovereigntybrbr*Diosdado Macapagal fought graft and corruption while also boosting the Philippine economy He enacted the country's first land reform law, liberalized foreign exchange and import limitations, and put the peso on the free currency exchange market
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Threesia D Aquino
AQUINO, THREESIA MARIE DbrUI-FC2-CAS1-5brbrBy the end of the war, the Philippines had suffered a great loss of life and tremendous physical destruction An estimated one million Filipinos had been killed, a large proportion of whom were killed in the final months of the war, and Manila had suffered extensive damage
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Khyle Patrick
RECABAR KHYLE PATRICK PbrUI-FC2-CAS1-5brbrThe Philippines had suffered great loss of life and tremendous physical destruction by the time the war was over An estimated 1 million Filipinos had been killed, a large proportion during the final months of the war, and Manila was extensively damaged
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Robin Dale Piz Fundal
FUNDAL, ROBIN DALE PbrUI-FC2-CAS1-8brbrWhat do you think are the motivation of japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?brbr1To expand their military power, their rising there imperial power to compete with western imperialism, which was already dominant even before In order to fully compete and sustain the growth of their empire they needed resourcess,since the japan lacked of raw materials the Philippines was one of their targets to be source of their raw materialsAs colony of the us in southeast Asia, Philippines became prime target for Japanese invasionbrbrCite Atleast One of the Greatest Accomplishment of the late president Manuel Roxas,Elpidio Quirino and Diosdado MacapagalAfter that,discuss your reason for choosing thosebrbr2President Carlos P Garcia -The Garcia administration promoted the "Filipino First"policy, whose focal point was to regain economic independence,a national effort by Filipinos to obtain major and dominant participation in thier economyThe Campaigned for the Citizen support in patronizing Filipino product and service implemented import and currency controls favorable for Filipino industriesFor me i Choose This is especially true in our foreign trade This policy is therefore designed to regain economic independence It is a national effort to the end that Filipinos obtain major and dominant participa­tion in their own national economy This we will achieve with malice towards none and with fairness to all
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Felix John Barrientos
The Philippines had suffered great loss of life and tremendous physical destruction by the time the war was over An estimated 1 million Filipinos had been killed, a large proportion during the final months of the war, and Manila was extensively damagedbrbrbrFELIX JOHN BARRIENTOSbrUI-FC2-CAS1-7
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Karl Trician Subaldo Suboc
Suboc, Karl Trician SbrUI-FC2-CAS1-6brbrThe Philippines had suffered great loss of life and tremendous physical destruction by the time the war was over An estimated 1 million Filipinos had been killed, a large proportion during the final months of the war, and Manila was extensively damaged
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Rouen Oro
ORO ROUEN BbrUI-FC2-CAS 1-8brbrBy the end of the war, the Philippines had experienced a huge deal of death and physical destruction An estimated 1 million Filipinos were killed in the war, with the majority dying in the final months Manila was severely damaged
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Florelyn Tabaquirao Mifuel
MIFUEL, FLORELYN TbrUI-FC2-CAS1-6brbr*What do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2? brbrThe Japanese planned to occupy the Philippines as part of their plan for a "Greater East Asia War" in which their Southern Expeditionary Army Group seized sources of raw materials in Malaya and the Netherlands East Indies while the Combined Fleet neutralized the United States Pacific Fleetbrbrbr*Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those brbrMANUEL ROXAS - reconstruction from war damage and life without foreign rule began during his presidencybrunder his term, the Philippine Rehabilitation Act and Philippine Trade Act laws were accepted by CongressbrbrELPIDIO QUIRINO - created Social Security Commissionbrcreated Integrity Board to monitor graft and corruptionbrQuezon City became capital of the Philippines in 1948brbrRAMON MAGSAYSAY - Hukbalahap movement quelled during his presidencybrchairman of the Committee on Guerrilla Affairs first president sworn into office wearing Barong Tagalog during inaugurationbrpresidency referred to as the Philippines' "Golden Years" for its lack of corruptionbrPhilippines was ranked second in Asia’s clean and well-governed countries during his presidencybrestablished National Resettlement and Rehabilitation Administration (NARRA) among other agrarian reformsbrbrCARLOS GARCIA - known for “Filipino First Policy,” which favored Filipino businesses over foreign investorsbrestablished the Austerity Program focusing on Filipino trade and commercebrknown as the “Prince of Visayan Poets” and the “Bard from Bohol”brcultural arts was revived during his termbrwas the first president to have his remains buried at the Libingan ng mga BayanibrbrDIOSDADO MACAPAGAL - established the first Land Reform Law, allowing for the purchase of private farmland to be distributed in inexpensive, small lots to the landlessbrplaced the Philippine peso on the currency exchange marketbrdeclared June 12, 1898 to be Philippines’ Independence Daybrsigned the Minimum Wage Lawbrcreated the Philippine Veteran’s Bank
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Jirico Olivar Cordero
CORDERO JIRICO ObrUI-FC2-CAS1-7brbrbrThe Philippines had suffered great loss of life and tremendous physical destruction by the time the war was over The Commonwealth of the Philippines was attacked by the Empire of Japan on 8 December 1941, nine hours after the attack on Pearl Harbor (the Philippines is on the Asian side of the international date line) In 1944, Allied forces liberated the islands from Japanese control in a naval invasion
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Charlie John Jumaoas Catubig
*Manuel Roxas he was the last president of the Commonwealth and the first president of the Republic of the Philippines His administration demonstrated decisively that political sovereignty without economic independence encourages reaction, perpetuation of social injustices, and exploitationbrbr*Elpidio Quirino's five years as president were marked by notable postwar reconstruction, general economic gains and increased economic aid from the United Statesbrbr*Ramon Magsaysay he was the seventh Philippine president Credited with restoring peace, law, and order during the Philippine crisis of the 1950s and the Hukbalahap rebellion, he was the first Philippine president from the landless lower middle class, the petit bourgeois stratum of societybrbr*Carlos P Garcia he was the fourth president of the Republic of the Philippines He was noted for the enunciation of the Filipino First Policy, intended to complete and guarantee Philippine economic independence and sovereigntybrbr*Diosdado Macapagal worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy He introduced the country's first land reform law, placed the peso on the free currency exchange market, and liberalized foreign exchange and import controls
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Owin Belarde
Owin C BelardebrUI-FC2-CAS1-5brbr*Japan invaded and colonized the Philippines in order to fully compete and sustain the growth of their empire Because Japan lacked the necessary raw materials, they were forced to expand in order to obtain them from other countries The Philippines was one of their target countries as a source of raw materials As a US colony in Southeast Asia, the Philippines became a prime target for a Japanese invasionbrbr*Ramon Magsaysaybr-The Social Security Law of 1954, also known as Republic Act No 1161, was one of his accomplishments President Magsaysay sought to protect farmers in order to address the problems of communism and insurgency Here in the Philippines, we all know a lot of Filipino farmers The Agricultural Tenancy Act of the Philippines, also known as Republic Act No 1199; the Land Reform Act of 1955; and the National Resettlement and Rehabilitation Administration were all enacted
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Shermen Pacardo Villegas
Shermen P VillegasbrUI-FC2-CAS1-5brbrbr*Japan invaded the Philippines to prevent American forces from using it as an advance base of operations Obtaining staging areas and supply bases in order to improve operations against the Dutch East Indies and Guam To protect communication routes between occupied areas in the south and the Japanese Home Islands Japan wishes to colonize the Philippines in order to gain power over their neighbors and to expel American and European influences from the regionbrbr•Elpidio Quirino'sbr- The establishment of the Agricultural Credit Cooperative Financing Administration (ACCFA) to assist farmers in marketing their crops and protecting them from usurerssix Quirino's years as president were marked by notable postwar reconstruction, general economic gains, and increased US economic aid However, fundamental social issues, particularly in rural areas, remained unresolved; Quirino's administration was marred by widespread graft and corruption
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Igielle Tugado
TUGADO, IGIELLE, AbrUI-FC2-CAS1-7brbrbrLet’s have a check of attendance first by providing your insightful response about these:brbrbrWhat do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?brbrANSWER: Japan was a rising imperial power attempting to compete with Western imperialism, they needed to sustain the growth of their empire, which would cost them resources, and because Japan lacked raw materials, they needed to expand their territories to obtain more raw materials They invaded and conquered the Philippines, necessitating the acquisition of resources in order to compete and maintain the empire's growth As a result, the Philippines was one of their primary goals for obtaining raw materials The Japanese invasion of the Philippines became a top prioritybrbrCite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those brbrANSWER:brbr•After independence, Roxas was successful in obtaining rehabilitation funds from the United States I chose this achievement of our late president Manuel Roxas because it assisted our country in recovering from the devastation caused by the warbrbr•Magsaysay put an end to the communist Huk rebellion by apprehending and imprisoning members of the central politburo I chose this because President Magsaysay was known as the people's man; he was ambitious and visionary, and he was able to bring peace to our countrybrbr•Quirino's five years as president were marked by significant postwar reconstruction, general economic gains, and increased US economic aid I chose this because his vision in our country helped our country rise from the ashes of the past and helped our fellow citizens recoverbrbr•Garcia is best known for announcing the Filipino First Policy, which aims to ensure and complete the Philippines' economic independence and sovereignty This is the well-known president who put the Philippines ahead of foreign investors, and he put the Filipino people ahead of those who we think are superior to us in terms of wealth and power, as he had hope for his countrymenbrbr•Macapagal worked to combat graft and stimulate the Philippine economy He prioritized the government's problem, which is corruption, which is even now the most serious problem in our society His action simply means that we can solve problems if we focus on those that will benefit the people
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Igielle Tugado
TUGADO, IGIELLE, AbrUI-FC2-CAS1-7brbrbrLet’s have a check of attendance first by providing your insightful response about these:brbrbrWhat do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?brbrANSWER: Japan was a rising imperial power attempting to compete with Western imperialism, they needed to sustain the growth of their empire, which would cost them resources, and because Japan lacked raw materials, they needed to expand their territories to obtain more raw materials They invaded and conquered the Philippines, necessitating the acquisition of resources in order to compete and maintain the empire's growth As a result, the Philippines was one of their primary goals for obtaining raw materials The Japanese invasion of the Philippines became a top prioritybrbrCite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those brbrANSWER:brbr•After independence, Roxas was successful in obtaining rehabilitation funds from the United States I chose this achievement of our late president Manuel Roxas because it assisted our country in recovering from the devastation caused by the warbrbr•Magsaysay put an end to the communist Huk rebellion by apprehending and imprisoning members of the central politburo I chose this because President Magsaysay was known as the people's man; he was ambitious and visionary, and he was able to bring peace to our countrybrbr•Quirino's five years as president were marked by significant postwar reconstruction, general economic gains, and increased US economic aid I chose this because his vision in our country helped our country rise from the ashes of the past and helped our fellow citizens recoverbrbr•Garcia is best known for announcing the Filipino First Policy, which aims to ensure and complete the Philippines' economic independence and sovereignty This is the well-known president who put the Philippines ahead of foreign investors, and he put the Filipino people ahead of those who we think are superior to us in terms of wealth and power, as he had hope for his countrymenbrbr•Macapagal worked to combat graft and stimulate the Philippine economy He prioritized the government's problem, which is corruption, which is even now the most serious problem in our society His action simply means that we can solve problems if we focus on those that will benefit the people
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Darl Joshua Aragona Alcoran
ALCORAN, DARL JOSHUA AbrUI-FC2-CAS1-8brbrThe Philippines had suffered great loss of life and tremendous physical destruction by the time the war was over An estimated 1 million Filipinos had been killed, a large proportion during the final months of the war, and Manila was extensively damaged
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SIERRA
NONESCAN, REYNA JOY MbrUI-FC2-CAS1-7brbrQ1: What do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?brbrA: Japan invaded and colonize the Philippines in order to fully compete and to sustain the growth of their empire, they needed resources Since Japan lacked the raw materials needed, they had to expand in order to get it from other territories The Philippines was one of their targets to be source of their raw material As a colony of the United States in Southeast Asia, the Philippines became a prime target for a Japanese invasionbrbrQ2: Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those brbrA: brManuel Roxas - The parity amendment which was an amendment necessary to attract rehabilitation funds and investments for the Philippines With the approval of this 620 million dollars was provided by the US to the Philippines as a war damage compensation Adding to that the Roxas administration pioneered the foreign policybrbrElpidio Quirino- His administration revolves around strengthening the people's confidence in the government and the restoration of peace He formulated labor policies and formulate legislation developing social welfare He also established The Agricultural Credit and Cooperative Financing AdministrationbrbrRamon Magsaysay - Magsaysay established the Presidential Complaint and action Commission Also the Magsaysay administration accomplished the Social Security Law The Agricultural Tenancy Act and Land Reform Wich mainly help and protect the farmersbrbrCarlos Garcia - He was the fourth president of the Republic of the Philippines He was noted for the enunciation of the Filipino First Policy, intended to complete and guarantee Philippine economic independence and sovereigntybrbrDiosdado Macapagal - worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy He introduced the country's first land reform law, placed the peso on the free currency exchange market, and liberalized foreign exchange and import controls
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Shuarence Dee Soque�a Manaois
MANAOIS, SHUARENCE DEE SbrUI-FC2-CAS1-5br1 What do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?brIn the mid-twentieth century, Japan was a rising imperial power One of the targets was the Philippines, which has an abundance of raw materials They wished to increase their territory in order to compete with Western imperialism, which had already established itself as the dominant force well before the twentieth century They needed resources to fully compete and keep their empire growing Japan had to expand to obtain the necessary raw materials from other countries because it lacked them One of their primary goals for obtaining raw materials was the Philippinesbrbr2 Name at least one of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal's greatest achievementsbrAfter that, explain why you chose those specific items Magsaysay, Ramon The Social Security Law of 1954, also known as Republic Act No 1161, was one of his accomplishments President Magsaysay sought to protect farmers in order to address the problems of communism and insurgency Here in the Philippines, we all know a lot of Filipino farmers The Agricultural Tenancy Act of the Philippines, also known as Republic Act No 1199; the Land Reform Act of 1955; and the National Resettlement and Rehabilitation Administration were all enactedbrbrManuel RoxasbrHe reorganized the government and proposed a broad legislative agenda He also proposed a Central Bank for the Philippines to administer the Philippine banking system in order to strengthen sovereigntybrbrQuirino, ElpidiobrThe Action Committee on Social Amelioration was formed in order to effectively promote the welfare of citizens in rural districtsbrbrCarlos P GarciabrTo regain economic independence, he advocated the "Filipino First" policy Citizens are encouraged to support Filipino products and services through a public awareness campaignbrbrDiosdado MacapagalbrAs part of the decontrol program, the administration lifted foreign exchange controls in an effort to promote national economic stability and growth
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Ryan Taliseo Toledo
TOLEDO,RYAN TALISEObrUI-FC2-CAS1-8brbr1What do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during world war ?br-Japan invade and colonized the Philippines during world war 2, it because Japan was a rising imperial power They wanted to compete with western imperialism In order to compete and sustain the growth of their empire they needed resources So that the Philippines was one of their targets to be a source of their raw materials Philippines became a prime target for a Japanese invasionbrbr2Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those?br-The greatest accomplishment of President Ramon Magsaysay were the Social Security of 1954 or Republic act No 1161 President Magsaysay sought to protect the farmers through the creation of laws such as the Agricultural tenancy Act of the Philippines or Republic Act No 1199br- Elpidio Quirino - Established the Action Committee on Social Amelioration in order to efficiently promote the welfare of citizens in the rural districtsbr- Carlos P Garcia - promoted the Filipino first policy whos point was to regain economic independence by patronizing Filipino products and services br-Diosdado Macapagal br Agricultural land reform code an act that established the land bank of the Philippines and abolition of tenancybr-Manuel RoxasbrProposed a wide-sweeping legislative program Also he moved to strengthen sovereignty by proposing a Central Bank for the Philippines to administer the Philippine banking system
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Trisha Marie Paler Jumeras
JUMERAS, TRISHA MARIE P brUI-FC2-CAS1-5 br*What do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during world war ? br brJapan was a rising imperial power in the mid-twentieth century Because the Philippines has an abundance of raw materials, it was one of the targets They desired to expand their territory to compete with Western imperialism, which had already established itself as the dominating force well before the twentieth century They required resources to fully compete and maintain their empire's growth Because Japan lacked the necessary raw materials, it had to expand to obtain them from other countries The Philippines was one of their primary goals for obtaining raw resources br br*Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those br br br brPresident Manuel Roxas- He strengthens sovereignty by proposing a Central Bank for the Philippines and establishing the Rehabilitation Finance Corporation brElpidio Quirino-He established the Action Committee on Social Amelioration through Order No 68, to efficiently promote the welfare of citizens in the rural districts brRamon Magsaysay - Trade and industry flourished The Filipino people were given international recognition in sports, culture, and foreign affairs The Agricultural Tenancy Act of the Philippines, Republic Act No 1199; the Land Reform Act of 1955; and the National Resettlement and Rehabilitation Administration were all created by President Magsaysay to protect farmers brCarlos P Garcia - The "Filipino First" strategy prioritizes the interests of Filipinos over outsiders and the ruling party brDiosdado Macapagal - He was the first to introduce land reform legislation in the country Assisted in the suppression of graft and corruption as well as the stimulation of the Philippine economy br brI chose these achievements because it was a huge help in our country to be completely independent They protect and strengthen the people's confidence in the government and the restoration of peace They build a connection with people, promote and aimed the self-sufficiency of every citizen's welfare
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charles zahn jardiniano
JARDINIANO, CHARLES ZAHN MbrUI-FC2-CAS1-8brbr 1)The Philippines had suffered great loss of life and tremendous physical destruction by the time the war was over An estimated 1 million Filipinos had been killedbrbr*Manuel Roxas he was the last president of the Commonwealth and the first president of the Republic of the Philippines His administration demonstrated decisively that political sovereignty without economic independence encourages reaction, perpetuation of social injustices, and exploitationbr*Elpidio Quirino's five years as president were marked by notable postwar reconstruction, general economic gains and increased economic aid from the United Statesbr*Ramon Magsaysay he was the seventh Philippine president Credited with restoring peace, law, and order during the Philippine crisis of the 1950s and the Hukbalahap rebellion, he was the first Philippine president from the landless lower middle class, the petit bourgeois stratum of societybr*Carlos P Garcia he was the fourth president of the Republic of the Philippines He was noted for the enunciation of the Filipino First Policy, intended to complete and guarantee Philippine economic independence and sovereigntybr*Diosdado Macapagal worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy He introduced the country's first land reform law, placed the peso on the free currency exchange market, and liberalized foreign exchange and import controls
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Eullene Prado Alvarez
ALVAREZ, EULLENE PbrUI-FC2-CAS1-7 brbrWhat do you think are the motivations of japan in invading and colonizing the philippines during World War 2?brbrAnswer:Japan invade the philippines because they wanted to gain power over their neighbors and also to oust American and European influences from the region As part of their plan for a "Greater East Asia WarbrbrCite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia and Diosdado Macapagal?brbrAnswer:The late President Manuel Roxas during his term he displayed profound statesmanship and intelligence, making his mark as a master of economics He was among the seven wise men who drew up the constitutional convention and accordingly became the last of the commonwealth presidents and the first for the republic of the philippinesbrbrElpidio Quirino is the president who marked by notable postwar reconstruction, General economic gains and increased economic aid from united statesbrbrCarlos Garcia he was noted for the enunciation of the filipino first policy intended to complete and guarantee philippine economic independence and sovereigntybrbrRamon Magsaysay is the president best known for successfully defeating the communist-led Hukbalahap or the Huk movementbrbrDiosdado Macapagal worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the philippine economy He introduced the country's first land reform law placed the peso on the free currency exchange market and liberalized foreign exchange and import controls
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Nicole Ross Tolosa Benedicto
BENEDICTO, NICOLE ROSS TbrUI-FC2-CAS1-7brbr1 What do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during world war ?brbr• Because The Philippines was in the way of Japanese strategic ambition to conquer the Dutch East Indies Also, the Japanese invaded the Philippines because there was a powerful American military presence there Japanese planned to occupy the Philippines as part of their plan for a "Greater East Asia War" in which their Southern Expeditionary Army Group seized sources of raw materials in Malaya and the Netherlands East Indies while the Combined Fleet neutralized the United States Pacific Fleetbrbr2 Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those?brbr• Manuel Roxas was among the “ seven wise men “ who drew up the Constitutional Convention and accordingly became the last of the Commonwealth presidents Diosdado Macapagal introduced the country's first land reform law, placed the peso on the free currency exchange market, and liberalized foreign exchange and import controls He worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy Ramon Magsaysay known with restoring peace, law, and order during the Philippine crisis of the 1950s and the Hukbalahap rebellion Carlos P Garcia was noted for the enunciation of the Filipino First Policy, intended to complete and guarantee Philippine economic independence and sovereignty Elpidio Quirino was part of the independence mission to Washington that freed the Philippines from American control, Quirino oversaw postwar reconstruction
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Junille Gillo
SECTIONUI-FC2-CAS1-7brbrNAME: JUNILLE GILLObrbrLet’s have a check of attendance first by providing your insightful response about these:brbrWhat do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2? brbrAnswer: brBecause in 20th century Japan was a rising imperial power under Hideki Tojo they wandted to compete with western imperialism which was already dominant even before the 20th century for them to fully compete with the western they need to sustain the growth of their empire which will cost them resources and since japan is lacking in raw materials they need to expand their territories to obtain more raw materialsbrbrbrCite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those brbrAnswer:brRoxas was successful in getting rehabilitation funds from the United States after independencebrbrI choose this achievement of our late president Manuel Roxas as this helped our country to recover from the damages that the war inflicted upon our motherlandbrbrQuirino's five years as president were marked by notable postwar reconstruction, general economic gains and increased economic aid from the United StatesbrbrSame as what Manuel Roxas visioned in our country late president Quirino help our country to rise from the past and helped our fellow countrymen to recoverbrbrMagsaysay broke the back of the communist Huk rebellion, capturing the members of the central politburo and committing them to jailbrbrbrI choose this because president Magsaysay was known to be the peoples man he was an ambitious and had vision for our country he was able to achieve peacebrbrGarcia was noted for the enunciation of the Filipino First Policy, intended to complete and guarantee Philippine economic independence and sovereigntbr brThis is the well known president that prioritized the Philippines than foreign investors he priortized the Filipino people than those who we think are superior than us in terms of wealth and power as he had hope for he's fellow country menbrbrMacapagal worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy brbrHe prioritized the problem in the goverment which is the corruption which even is the biggest problem in our society until now he's action simply means that we can resolve problem if we tend to focus on those and which will help the people
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Wilfredo Estopado
ESTOPADO, WILFREDO, JbrUI-FC2-CAS1-48brbr1 Occupy the Philippines as part of their plan for a greater east Asia War in which their southern expeditionary Army group seized sources of raw materials in Malaya and the Netherlands east indies while the combined fleet neutralized the United States Pacific Fleetbrbr*MANUEL ROXAS - Most significant achievements was the passage of the jones act that provided for the grant as the Philippine independencebrbr*ELPIDIO QUIRINO - Established the action committee on social amelioration through administrative order No 68 in order to efficiently promote the welfare of citizens and rural districtsbrbr*DIOSDADO MACAPAGAL - Enacted the country's first land reform law reberalized foriegn exchange and import limitations, and put the peso on the free currency exchanges marketbrbr*RAMON MAGSAYSAY - The resturing peace Law And order during the Philippine crisi of the 1950s and the hukbalahap rebillionbrbr*CARLOS P GARCIA - Promoted the Filipino first policy, whose focal point was to regain economic independence
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Lemuel Cañon Genterola
GENTEROLA, LEMUEL CbrUI-FC2-CAS1-7brbr1 Because Japan was a rising imperial power, it invaded and conquered the Philippines during World War II They wished to compete with imperialism from the West They required resources to compete and maintain their empire's growth As a result, the Philippines was one of their primary goals for obtaining raw materials A Japanese invasion of the Philippines became a top prioritybrbrbr2br• Diosdado MacapagalbrThe administration lifted foreign exchange controls as part of the decontrol program in an attempt to promote national economic stability and growthbrbr• Ramon Magsaysaybr His accomplishments were the Social Security Law of 1954 or Republic Act No 1161 To solve the problems of communism and insurgency, President Magsaysay sought to protect the farmers We all know many Filipino farmers here in the Philippines Through the creation of laws such as The Agricultural Tenancy Act of the Philippines or Republic Act No 1199; the Land Reform Act of 1955, National Resettlement and Rehabilitation Administrationbrbr• Manuel Roxasbr He reorganized the government, proposed a wide-sweeping legislative program Also, he moved to strengthen sovereignty by proposing a Central Bank for the Philippines to administer the Philippine banking systembrbr• Carlos P Garciabrbr He promoted the "Filipino First" policy to regain economic independence Campaign for the citizens supporting Filipino products and servicesbrbr• Elpidio QuirinobrEstablished the Action Committee on Social Amelioration to efficiently promote the welfare of citizens in the rural districts
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Aprilly Selarde
SELARDE, APRILLY AbrUI-FC2-CAS1-45brbrWhat do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?br- The Japanese invaded the Philippines because there was a powerful American military presence there, and because the Philippines was in between Japan and the Dutch East IndiesbrbrCite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia and Diosdado Macapagal After that discuss your reason for choosing thosebr•President Manuel Roxasbr-During his term, he displayed profound statesmanship and intelligence, making his mark as a master of economics brbr•Elpidio Quirinobr- The establishment of the Agricultural Credit Cooperative Financing Administration (ACCFA) to help farmers market their crops and save them from usurersbrbr•Ramon Magsaysaybr- Credited with restoring peace, law, and order during the Philippine crisis of the 1950s and the Hukbalahap rebellion, he was the first Philippine president from the landless lower middle class, the petit bourgeois stratum of societybrbr•Carlos P Garciabr- He was a delegate to the World Conference at San Francisco to draft the charter of the United Nations Organization in May 1945 brbr•Diosdado Macapagalbr- Macapagal worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy
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Jonna Meia De Asis Alipe
ALIPE,JONNA MEIA DbrUI-FC2-CAS1-52brbr• Japan wanted to compete with western imperialism In order to sustain the growth of their empire, they needed resources Since they lacked of raw materials, Philippines was one of their targets to be a source of what they be needingbr•MANUEL ROXAS- During his presidency, he demonstrated great statesmanship and intelligence, establishing himself as a master of economics He was one who drafted the Constitutional ConventionbrELPIDIO QUIRINO- he established the action committee on social amelioration through administrtive order no 68, in order to efficiently promote the welfare of citizens in the rural districtbrRAMON MAGSAYSAY- established National Resettlement and Rehabilitation Administration among other agrarian reformsbrCARLOS P GARCIA -noted for the enunciation of the Filipino First Policy, intended to complete and guarantee Philippine economic independence and sovereigntybrDIOSDADO MACAPAGAL- He introduced the country's first land reform law, placed the peso on the free currency exchange market, and liberalized foreign exchange and import controls
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Arian Joy Amihan
AMIHAN, ARIAN JOY IbrUI-FC2-CAS1-8brbr1*What do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?br- Japan invade and colonized the Philippines during world war 2, it because Japan was a rising imperial power They wanted to compete with western imperialism In order to compete and sustain the growth of their empire they needed resources So that the Philippines was one of their targets to be a source of their raw materials Philippines became a prime target for a Japanese invasionbrbr2 *Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino , Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those brbr-The greatest accomplishment of President Ramon Magsaysay were the Social Security of 1954 or Republic act No 1161 President Magsaysay sought to protect the farmers through the creation of laws such as the Agricultural tenancy Act of the Philippines or Republic Act No 1199br- Elpidio Quirino - Established the Action Committee on Social Amelioration in order to efficiently promote the welfare of citizens in the rural districtsbr- Carlos P Garcia - promoted the Filipino first policy whos point was to regain economic independence by patronizing Filipino products and services br-Diosdado Macapagal br Agricultural land reform code an act that established the land bank of the Philippines and abolition of tenancybr-Manuel RoxasbrProposed a wide-sweeping legislative program Also he moved to strengthen sovereignty by proposing a Central Bank for the Philippines to administer the Philippine banking system
Comment from : Arian Joy Amihan


Vincent Quilang
QUILANG, VINCENT CbrUI-FC2-CAS1-50brThe Philippines had suffered great loss of life and tremendous physical destruction by the time the war was over An estimated 1 million Filipinos had been killed, a large proportion during the final months of the war, and Manila was extensively damaged
Comment from : Vincent Quilang


Vincent Quilang
QUILANG, VINCENT CbrUI-FC2-CAS1-50brbrJapan’s actions from 1852 to 1945 were motivated by a deep desire to avoid the fate of 19th-century China and to become a great power For Japan, World War II grew from a conflict historians call the Second Sino-Japanese War The Second Sino-Japanese War began in earnest in 1937 with a battle called the Marco Polo Bridge Incident However, before this, there had been years of border clashes between the Japanese and the Chinese, having started with the 1931 Japanese invasion of Manchuria So, to explain Japan’s behavior in the years from 1941 to 1945, we have to explain why Japan invaded Manchuria in 1931, and in order to do this, we have to go back to 1853 Japan invade the Philippines To prevent the use of the Philippines as an advance base of operations by American forces To acquire staging areas and supply bases to enhance operations against the Dutch East Indies and Guam To secure the lines of communication between occupied areas in the south and the Japanese Home Islands Japan want to colonize Philippines, Because they wanted to gain power over their neighbors and also to oust American and European influences from the regionbrbr–Manuel Roxasbr(1892-1948) During his term, he displayed profound statesmanship and intelligence, making his mark as a master of economics He was among the “ seven wise men “ who drew up the Constitutional Convention and accordingly became the last of the Commonwealth presidents and the first for the Republic of the Philippines
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Jiah Lopez Fabela
JIAH L FABELA brUI-FC2-CAS1-48 br br1 What do you think are the motivation of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2? brThey wanted to compete with Western imperialism, which was already dominant even before the 20th century In order to fully compete and to sustain the growth of their empire, they needed the resources Since they lacked the raw materials, they chose to invade the Philippines The Japanese planned to occupy the Philippines as part of their plan for a "Greater East Asia War" in which their Southern Expeditionary Army Group seized sources of raw materials in Malaya and the Netherlands East Indies while the Combined Fleet neutralized the United States Pacific Fleet br br br2 Cite atleast one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos Garcia and Diosdado Macapagal br brManuel Roxas' most significant achievement was the passage of the Jones Act that provided for the grant of Philippine independence He was elected senator in 1916 and eventually became Senate President He headed the first Independence Mission to the US Congress, and brought home the Tydings Mc-McDuffie Independence Law in 1934 br br br brElpidio Quirino's six years as President were marked by notable postwar reconstruction, general economic gains, and increased economic aid from the United States br br brRamon Magsaysay established the Presidential Complaint and Action Comittee on which investigates various citizens complaints and recommended remedial actions through different government agencies His accomplishments were the Social Security Law of 1954 or Republic Act No 1161 In an effort to solve the problems of communism and insurgency, President Magsaysay sought to protect the farmers We all know many Filipino farmers here in the Philippines Through the creation of laws such as: The Agricultural Tenancy Act of the Philippines or Republic Act No 1199; the Land Reform Act of 1955, National Resettlement and Rehabilitation Administration br br brCarlos Garcia was able to promote the Filipino first policy was focal point was to regain economic independence and national effort by Filipinos to obtain major and dominant economy br br brDiosdado Macapagal worked to surpress graft and corruption and to stimulate the economy He instituted a public land clearance program to make new farmlands available for immediate use He changed the traditional shate tenancy to lease hold system
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John Lloyd Bebing Mallorca
MALLORCA, JOHN LLOYD B UI-FC2-CAS1-48brbrwhat do you think are the motivations of japan in invading and colonizing the Philippinesbr during world war 2?brbrAnswer: They intended to acquire control over their neighbors while also removing American and European influences from the area brPresident Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal's greatest achievements br1 Manuel Roxas - Rehabilitation and reconstruction in all aspects; during his reign, Congress approved the Philippine Rehabilitation Act and the Philippine Trade Act As a result of this, the Philippines was able to reclaim its independence br2 The Social Security Commission, established by Elpidio Quirino, is responsible for general monitoring, management, and regulation of cash benefits br3 Ramon Magsaysay- Among other agrarian reforms, he established the National Resettlement and Rehabilitation Administration (NARRA) during his administration This appeals to me since it provides land to landless persons in our country who meet certain criteria 4 Carlos P Garcia is well known for his "Filipino First Policy," which prioritized Filipino companies over international investors During his administration, he developed the Austerity Program, which focused on Filipino trade and business, as well as revitalizing the arts br5 Diosdado Macapagal- He enacted the first Land Reform Law, which allowed for the purchase of private farms and its distribution to the landless in tiny, affordable portions
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Rheck Ian Galuno Gajo
GAJO RHECK IANbrUI-FC2-CAS1-7brbrbrThe Philippines had suffered great loss of life and tremendous physical destruction by the time the war was over An estimated 1 million Filipinos had been killed, a large proportion during the final months of the war, and Manila was extensively damaged
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Hamshira Tuya Meanio
MEANIO, HAMSHIRA TbrUI-FC2-CAS1-8brbr1*What do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2?brbrA: Japan invaded and colonize the Philippines in order to fully compete and to sustain the growth of their empire, they needed resources Since Japan lacked the raw materials needed, they had to expand in order to get it from other territories The Philippines was one of their targets to be source of their raw material As a colony of the United States in Southeast Asia, the Philippines became a prime target for a Japanese invasionbrbr2 *Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those brbrA: *Manuel Roxas he was the last president of the Commonwealth and the first president of the Republic of the Philippines His administration demonstrated decisively that political sovereignty without economic independence encourages reaction, perpetuation of social injustices, and exploitationbr*Elpidio Quirino's five years as president were marked by notable postwar reconstruction, general economic gains and increased economic aid from the United Statesbr*Ramon Magsaysay he was the seventh Philippine president Credited with restoring peace, law, and order during the Philippine crisis of the 1950s and the Hukbalahap rebellion, he was the first Philippine president from the landless lower middle class, the petit bourgeois stratum of societybr*Carlos P Garcia he was the fourth president of the Republic of the Philippines He was noted for the enunciation of the Filipino First Policy, intended to complete and guarantee Philippine economic independence and sovereigntybr*Diosdado Macapagal worked to suppress graft and corruption and to stimulate the Philippine economy He introduced the country's first land reform law, placed the peso on the free currency exchange market, and liberalized foreign exchange and import controls
Comment from : Hamshira Tuya Meanio


Stephanie Kyla Gonzaga Gonzales
The Philippines had suffered great loss of life and tremendous physical destruction by the time the war was over An estimated 1 million Filipinos had been killed, a large proportion during the final months of the war, and Manila was extensively damaged
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FRITZY JOAN JAMERO MARQUEZ
MARQUEZ FRITZY JOAN JbrUI- FC2- CAS1-45 brbrWhat do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2? brAnswer: They wanted to gain power over their neighbors and also to oust American and European influences from the regionbr Greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal br 1 Manuel Roxas -Rehabilitation and reconstruction in all aspects, under his term, the Philippine Rehabilitation Act and Philippine Trade President Roxas implement the bell trade act which granted the united states parity rightsbr 2 Elpidio Quirino- created Social Security Commission that provides general supervision, management, and regulation of the cash benefits He introduced the country's first land reform lawbr 3 Ramon Magsaysay- During his term, National Resettlement and Rehabilitation Administration (NARRA) among other agrarian reformsbr 4 Carlos P Garcia- known for “Filipino First Policy,” He established the Austerity Program focusing on Filipino trade and commerce, during his presidency, and also cultural arts was revived He was noted for the enunciation of the Filipino first policy, inteno to complete and guarantee the Philippine economic independence and sovereigntybr 5 Diosdado Macapagal- He established the first Land Reform Law, allowing for the purchase of private farmland to be distributed in inexpensive, small lots to the landless
Comment from : FRITZY JOAN JAMERO MARQUEZ


Yasuoix YT
VICENCIO, JOEBERT NbrUI-FC2-CAS1-45brbrWhat do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during World War 2? brbrThey desired to establish authority over their neighbors as well as to drive out American and European influences from the areabrbrGreatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado MacapagalbrbrbrManuel Roxas - The Philippine Rehabilitation Act and the Philippine Trade Act were both passed by Congress during his reign, allowing for rehabilitation and reconstruction in all areas As a result of this, the Philippines was able to reclaim its independencebrbrElpidio Quirino- He established the Social Security Commission, which is responsible for overseeing, managing, and regulating financial benefitsbrbrRamon Magsaysay- Among other agrarian reforms, he established the National Resettlement and Rehabilitation Administration (NARRA) during his presidency This appeals to me since it provides land to landless persons in our country who meet certain criteriabrbrCarlos P Garcia- In Manila in 1954, he served as the presiding officer of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization Conference, which resulted in the Manila Treaty and the Pacific CharterbrbrDiosdado Macapagal- He enacted the country's first land reform law, liberalized foreign exchange and import limitations, and put the peso on the free currency exchange market
Comment from : Yasuoix YT


Veejay Rein Gendrala
GENDRALA, VEEJAY RbrUI-FC2-CAS1-45brbrWhat do you think are the motivations of Japan in invading and colonizing the Philippines during world war ?brbrThe Japanese planned to occupy the Philippines because they wanted to compete with Western imperialism, which was already dominant even before the 20th century In order to fully compete and to sustain the growth of their empire, they needed resources Since Japan lacked the raw materials needed, thay had to expand in order to get it from other territories The Philippines was one of their targets to be a source of their raw materialsbrbr*Cite at least one of the greatest accomplishments of the late President Manuel Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P Garcia, and Diosdado Macapagal After that, discuss your reason for choosing those?brbr*Ramon Magsaysay His accomplishments were the Social Security Law of 1954 or Republic Act No 1161 In an effort to solve the problems of communism and insurgency, President Magsaysay sought to protect the farmers We all know many Filipino farmers here in the Philippines Through the creation of laws such as: The Agricultural Tenancy Act of the Philippines or Republic Act No 1199; the Land Reform Act of 1955, National Resettlement and Rehabilitation Administrationbrbr*Manuel Roxas He reorganized the government, proposed a wide-sweeping legislative program Also he moved to strengthen sovereignty by proposing a Central Bank for the Philippines to administer the Philippine banking systembrbr*Elpidio Quirino Established the Action Committee on Social Amelioration in order to efficiently promote the welfare of citizens in the rural districtsbrbr*Carlos P Garcia He promoted the "Filipino First" policy to regain economic independence Campaign for the citizens supporting Filipino products and servicesbrbr*Diosdado Macapagal The administration lifted foreign exchange controls as part of the decontrol program in an attempt to promote national economic stability and growth
Comment from : Veejay Rein Gendrala


Darren Conato Parreño
By the end of the war, the Philippines had experienced a huge deal of death and physical destruction An estimated 1 million Filipinos were killed in the war, with the majority dying in the final months Manila was severely damaged
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Kumiho
My grandparents was already married when the Japanese invaded the Philippines and my grandmother sibling was a soldier of the Philippine during WWII and he was one of the people who experienced death march first hand My grandmother told me that her sibling older than her manage to escape by jumping in the ricefields when chaos broke out during the march His name was written in the municipality here in Bulacan as one of the people experience death march
Comment from : Kumiho


MrGalactic
I'm really not a big fan of Japan's dark historybrbrThey don't acknowledge their war crimes
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Zule Funel
Japanese:*Beats innocent Moro Filipino*brbrFilipino Moro:*Hoppity toppity your Head goes bye bye*
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JA - MES
I’m glad we ended them
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The Doge
Mas maganda siguro pilipinas kung nasakop tayo ng Japan Puro siguro Yamete tska anime ahahaha
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babablacksheep
The Japanese committed war crimes in WW2 that they didn't even talk about, they must know the atrocities that they committed on Filipinos
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Son of Goggi
Nuking japan is not enough for their sin, japan need to bury in the deepest part of the ocean
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Theonlyonestanding
I'm tired of other nations trying to kill us (Philippines)🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭 If we had nukes China wouldn't dare try to take our territories in the Pacific Ocean 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀
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Theonlyonestanding
That makes my very angry As a Filipino American I'm glad the United states drop the Atom bomb in Japan But I'm not angry at the Japanese people today only during WW2
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Wancad
People tend to forget this era
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EJ Reyes
A very nice and mind-healthy content Subscribed Salute and more power to your channel ♥️💯👏👏
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Disiplinadong Driver
Funny how my comment got deleted for giving unbiased information, seems the owner of this account can’t handle other people’s opinion that will ruin his agenda 🤦🏻‍♂️
Comment from : Disiplinadong Driver


Nicanor Tiongson
LASER SWORDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD And the scavanger robots starting to flee and you see the V
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Rob Salazar
My great grand mother was almist captured by the japanese :(
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Mr Silhouette
This is so awesome! It would be so cool if you could do this for pre colonial phillipine mythology and culture
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Juanito Isada, Jr
im here becoz of my lola story
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Tantō Hachisuka
If the englishmen colonized philipines filipinos will have blue and green eyed people and blondes and dark brown haired people
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Ronaldo Ramirez
Oh war is hell indeed
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Doodle Hobbo
This is more entertaining
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DCL 308
Many Japanese to this day still will not acknowledge the atrocities their country committed in WW2 In fact they try to make themselves look like the victim with revisionist history And these Japanese cannot understand why China, Korea, the Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam and almost every other Far-East Asian countries still harbor hatred and deep-rooted distrust of Japan
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TheUnthinkable
When I hear certain JICA projects within our area, I can't help but think about how the Imperial forces transported their gold and being kept secret JICA representatives allegedly survey the area just to confirm whether the location is legit
Comment from : TheUnthinkable


NoalMCPE
That Japanese old man is a psychopath WTF?!!
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Independent Quebec
This guy looks much more younger then I thought a Ww2 surviver would look like
Comment from : Independent Quebec


Yu Kay
let's just be honest ph just have the really strong colonial mindsetbrPinoy always adores the old master's ppl and culturebrthat's it we don't need to sugar coat it
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Wasthomashere
Ok now actually, here's my other part or story about my great grandparents living under the Japanese occupation This is actually a true story, it's just very unspecific told by my grandmother MerceditabrbrMy great grandfather had some kids and a wife, now during under the Japanese occupation My great grandfather and his kids, and his wife would survive in rations that were dropped by biplanes by accident or from a plane crash, and that were abandoned The rations that some of them consisted of rice smelled manure and they had to wash it out so the smell would lessen but it still smelled stinky then eat it with salt, but that's the only way that they were gonna survive Everything was what you expect as "normal" under the Japanese Until one fateful day, it was like any other under a Japanese occupation of course But suddenly a truck of a group of Japanese Imperial soldiers suddenly violently attacked my great grandfather and his wife, and kids in search of raiding and scavenging for food Now the very worst part of all of this is the most heartbreaking thing that happened, the Japanese soldiers kidnapped my great grandfather's wife and took her far away somewhere never to be seen again Now I don't know on what year this specifically happened since my grandma and my great grandfather (who had already passed away) knew the date, but let's just estimate that it happened around 77-78 years ago since that was the period of Japanese occupation in the PhilippinesbrbrNow as far as we know, we don't know where her body went all we know is that she's dead, and my great grandpa got another wife that made my grandmabrbrIt's horrifying
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