Pagdating ni macarthur sa leyte
That moment was immortalized by the nine-foot bronze statues of him and his entourage at the Leyte Landing Memorial or Mac Arthur Park in Red Beach, Palo. invasion of Leyte prompted the Battle of Leyte Gulf (23-26 October 1944), known as the largest naval battle in history of mankind.
He then triumphantly announced, “I have returned” and encouraged everyone to fight against the Japanese. It was also the beginning of the end of Japanese occupation.
Douglas Mac Arthur sa dalampasigan ng Leyte noong Oktubre 1944.
Ito ang unang pagkakataong makatungtong ni Mac Athrur sa lupa ng Pilipinas mula ng sabihin niya ang katagang "I shall return" bago niya lisanin ang Isla ng Corregidor para lumikas papuntang Australia.
He was able to realize this oath on October 20, 1944.
Philippines might have felt more like a second home to Mac Arthur than a mere place of assignment which explains why he was very earnest to return and fulfill his promise to free the Filipinos from the Japanese.
So let me take you back to one of the darkest time in the history of mankind and let us get to know the man who did not only changed the course of World War II, but of the entire world’s future as well.
Just like any human, General Douglas Mac Arthur wasn’t perfect.
He was also honored with a monument at the seaside barangay of Telegrafo.
Japan finally surrendered So after the Americans successfully recaptured the Philippines and the atomic bombings in Japan, they are left with no other choice but to surrender.
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