1944 in the Philippines

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1944 in the Philippines
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1944 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in the year 1944.

Incumbents

Philippine Commonwealth

Second Philippine Republic

Events

Unknown date

  • May – The puppet government inaugurates the Green Revolution Movement.

Births

Deaths

  • January - Bonifacio Mencias, Filipino physician, epidemiologist, guerrillasympathizer, and martyr.(born 1888)
  • February 11 - José Ozámiz, Filipino politician (born 1898)
  • August 1 – Manuel L. Quezon, Philippine president (born 1878)
  • August 28 – Rafael R. Roces, Jr., Filipino journalist, writer, patriot, World War II spy, hero, and martyr. (born 1912)
  • August 30 - Manuel Arguilla, Ilokano writer in English, patriot, and martyr. (born 1911)
  • December 25 – Jacinto Ciria Cruz, Olympic Basketball player and coach
  • December 31 - Vicente Lim, Filipino Brigadier General and hero during World War II (born 1888)

References


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