The War Against the Americans: Resistance and Collaboration in Cebu, 1899-1906
Ateneo University Press, 1999 - 250 pages
This is the definitive account of the American occupation of Cebu. It brings together a large mass of original data not only on battles and skirmishes but also on such topics as finances of the resistance, collaboration and factionalism among Cebuanos, brigandage, and the background and motives of the personalities involved.
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Surrender of the Generals
Face to Face
The Underside of the War
Rise of the Pulahanes
The Leveling of the Mountains
Cracks in the Resistance
Fire Above Fire Beneath
Infrastructure of Consent
Decade of Death
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