U.S. Women Spies in the Philippines During World War II
This event was part of a conference focusing on campaigns in the Southwest Pacific during World War II, hosted by the MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia.
Professor Theresa Kaminski talked about her book, Angels of the Underground: The American Women who Resisted the Japanese in the Philippines in World War II. She spoke about four American women involved in espionage rings in the Philippine capital of Manila after the Japanese invasion and occupation of the country.
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Theresa Kaminski Professor University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point->History Department
James Zobel Archivist MacArthur Memorial
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