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 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).
Essential documents related to the Laurel presidency and the Second Republic
Essays on the life of President Jose P. Laurel
On November 5 – 10, 1962, for the first time in history, Crown Prince Akihito, successor to the Chrysanthemum throne, came to the Philippines on a five-day state visit.
Listen to the music of that era, along with some speeches
This year we commemorate the 43rd anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law. #NeverAgain
The 1922 legislative elections was a watershed moment in the development of Philippine politics.
Message of President Osmeña to the United States President Harry S. Truman on the occasion of Japan’s unconditional surrender August 15, 1945
As part of the year-long celebration of the 125th birth anniversary of President Elpidio Quirino, we are pleased to announce that the Presidential Museum and Library is now accepting reservations for the sixth installment of the Presidential Lecture Series, and the Guro to Pangulo Awards Ceremony, which will be held on September 17, 2015 at 1 in continue reading : Transformative Education for Social Justice & Guro to Pangulo Awards Ceremony