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  1. Japanese Colonization in the Philippines

  2. 1. Why did the Philippines refuse to join the Greatest East Asia Co-Prosperity? • Because Philippines don’t want to be controlled again by another country • Because Philippines want to have a share in Greatest East Asia Co-Prosperity Japanese didn’t grant it • Because Philippines are afraid of the foreign country • Because nationalism of Filipino people is arouse

  3. 2. The following are places in Philippines where Japanese attacked after bombing Pearl harbor EXCEPT. • Davao • Tarlac • Clark • Cebu

  4. 3. Why is it that the Philippines was easily taken by the Japanese? 1. • Because Philippines didn’t fought back • Because of weak military forces • Because it was a surprise attack • Because Filipinos are coward

  5. 4. The Filipino who fought the Japanese and was able to destroy a fighter plane of the Japanese? • Gen. Mario S. Luige • Capt. Jesus Villamor • Manuel L. Quezon • Capt. Andress K. Molina

  6. 1. 5. Why did Gen. Douglas McArthur declared Manila as an open city? • So that war may temporarily suspend against Japanese • To prevent further destruction and devastation • All of the above • Either a or b

  7. 6. He was given the task to welcome the Japanese as they entered Manila City? 1. • Manuel L. Quezon • Antonio Molina • MacArthur • Jose P. Laurel

  8. 7. Filipino and American soldiers are force to work called Death March from ___to____? 1. • Bataan to Tarlac • Bataan to Pasay • Pasay to Corregidor • Tarlac to Masbate

  9. 8. When did Corregidor was formally surrendered and Japanese took it over? 1. • May 7,1943 • May 6,1942 • May8,19944 • May9,19945

  10. 9. A new republic during Japanese invasion was called a “Puppet Government” why is it that it called such name ? 1. • Because most of the officials are Japanese • Because its implementation was under Japanese control • Both a and b • Neither a Nor b

  11. 10. What form of Government did Japanese implemented in the Philippines? 1. • Dictatorial • Communism • Totalitarian • Republican

  12. 11. During the Japanese occupation of the Philippines, a Filipino president was appointed by the Japanese. Who was he? Ramon Magsaysay Jose P. Laurel Sr. Sergio Osmena Josefino Cotas Sr.

  13. 12. What place in the Philippines is also known as the "walled city?” Fort Santiago Plaza Miranda Intramuros Luneta

  14. 13. Who was the Great Dissenter? CamiloOsias Manuel Roxas Jr. Claro M. Recto EulogioRodriguez

  15. 14. What province was in the earlier times became known far and wide as the "provincia de Comintang ?” Bataan Laguna Batangas Isabela

  16. 15. What kind of a settlement did Manila grow from in the 16th century? Muslim Spanish Visayan English

  17. 16. What building was the only one left intact after the destruction of Intramuros during the Battle of Manila? Cathedral of the Child Jesus San Agustin Church Manila Cathedral Quiapo Church

  18. 17. Which of these was a US president during the "American Era" in the Philippines? Franklin Roosevelt George Bush George Washington Abraham Lincoln

  19. 18. On 1901, an institution was established by the Americans for aspiring educators. What is the present name of this institution? Philippine Normal University Siliman University University of the Philippines National Teachers' College

  20. 19. At what point do all the measurements in Manila begin? The Rizal Park Monument flagpole The National Museums flagpole The National Library’s flagpole The Quirino Grandstand flagpole

  21. 20. During the Japanese invation who was the American Captain who said the line “ I shall return.” Ferdinand Magellan Rajah Humabon Douglas McArthur Mao Zedong

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