Affairs in the Philippine Islands 1902

Research for the Balangiga incident brings me to these intriguing pages in the U.S. congressional record. The witness in this section, a Sergeant Gibbs, comes up with inconsistencies and biases and odd moments of colonial clarity in his responses: there is nothing in the Balangiga research, as usual, that gives me only one way to read this story. I still cannot say for sure why this detachment of Americans even came to Balangiga.

The Unintended research balangiga Gina Apostol
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