Under Japanese Rule: Memories and Reflections
Under Japanese Rule: Memories and Reflections gathers four essays that serve as reminders of an important segment of Philippine history related with a warm humanity that official records cannot convey. It is hoped that these memories will encourage others who have their own stories to tell to put these in writing and thus enrich the tapestry of the Philippine past. It is also hoped that this book will spur the Japanese people to examine this stage of their country's past that has been carefully screened from them.
Edited and with an introduction by Renato Constantino, it includes essays by Angelito L. Santos, Joan Orendain, Dr. Helen N. Mendoza, and Bernard Leo M. Karganilla.
Foundation for Nationalist Studies, Philippines & BYSCH, Japan
Softcover / 8.7 x 5.7 inches / 264 pages / BW
One copy only. Previously owned, with creased and soiled cover and old price tag on the back cover, otherwise good condition.