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US Army Genocide in the Philippines

Tales of the American Empire | August 30, 2019

The American conquest of the Philippines occurred throughout 1900 as American troops gradually defeated the Philippine Army. Remnants of this army continued the fight as guerrillas in rural areas while the US Army deployed over 70,000 troops to occupy and run this new American colony. This led to armed attacks on American occupiers. The well-trained and better equipped American soldiers rarely had trouble dealing with local insurgents, but in several cases large groups of Filipinos inflicted heavy casualties. This resulted in negative newspaper stories back home since uprisings did not match rhetoric that Filipinos had been liberated. Attacks angered American Generals who implemented genocide tactics used back home against Indian tribes. The exact number of civilians massacred by US troops will never be known, but Filipino historians believe it was around 50,000 killed from 1900-1902. A much larger number died from the resulting famine and disease.


Related Tale: “The American Conquest of the Philippines in 1899” erases the myth that the United States liberated the Philippines from Spanish rule:…

A great book with lots of photos is free and on-line: Philippine-American War, 1899-1902.

July 7, 2020 - Posted by | Timeless or most popular, Video, War Crimes | ,

1 Comment »

  1. “Attacks angered American Generals who implemented genocide tactics used back home against Indian tribes”.

    “Freedom and Democracy” are not what they seem………..Freedom and Democracy is actually a Facade, behind which Rapacious Capitalism hides its true intentions…….World Domination.


    Comment by brianharryaustralia | July 7, 2020 | Reply

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