The first President to fly in an aircraft during his terms was President Manuel L. Quezon during his evacuation flight from the Philippines in 1942. Quezon and his family, officials of the Commonwealth government, including Vice-President Sergio Osmeña, flew from the Del Monte field in Bukidnon to Melbourne in Australia. In the postwar years, Philippine continue reading : The Presidential Planes
The Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office (PCDSPO) has published the Philippine Electoral Almanac, a handy resource on Philippine national elections from 1935 onwards.
The Roxas Statue was part of the original Philippine triumvirate bronze statues sculpted by National Artist for Sculpture Guillermo Tolentino for the Legislative Building (now the National Museum of the Philippines).
View maps detailing troop movements during World War II
The Basilio J. Valdes Digital Collection is a library of surviving important papers, letters and memoirs that cover the life of Major General Basilio J. Valdes.
The Official Calendar of the Republic is a project by PCDSPO that features historical events and official observances per calendar day of the year.
The Historical Atlas of the Republic is the first of its kind in the country, presenting the historical, political, and economic developments of the Philippines from prehistoric times to the present, enlivened by comprehensive full-color maps and insightful narrative.
Essential documents related to the Laurel presidency and the Second Republic
Essays on the life of President Jose P. Laurel
The Philippine Electoral Almanac traces the history of Philippine elections.