Telegram of Vice-President Osmeña to President Quezon, on Consolidation of Postwar Plans, June 10, 1944

TELEGRAM June 10, 1944   President Manuel L. Quezon Camp McMartin Lower Saranac Lake Saranac, New York I BEG TO REPORT TO YOU THAT PLAN REGARDING ADMINISTRATION CIVIL AFFAIRS IN LIBERATED PHILIPPINE AREAS AND PROVISION FOR RELIEF TO OUR PEOPLE PRESENTED TO CABINET BY COLONEL NIETO IN PURSUANCE OF YOUR INSTRUCTIONS TO BE CONSIDERED IN […]


Telegram from President Quezon to the Philippine Cabinet, May 20, 1944

TELEGRAM RECEIVED VIA WESTERN UNION FROM ASHEVILLE, N. CAROLINA MAY 20, 1944 _________________________________ PHILIPPINE CABINET HON SERGIO OSMENA VICE PRES OF THE PHILIPPINES SUPPLEMENTING MY TELEGRAM DATED MAY 19TH I HAVE ALSO GRANTED AUTHORITY TO COL NIETO TO SIGN OFFICIAL PAPERS ON MY BEHALF WITH A NOTATION QUOTE BY AUTHORITY OF THE PRESIDENT UNQOTE QUEZON. […]


Telegram from President Quezon to the Philippine Cabinet, May 19, 1944

TELEGRAM RECEIVED VIA WESTERN UNION FROM ASHEVILLE, N. CAROLINA MAY 19, 1944 __________________________________   THE PHILIPPINE CABINET THROUGH THE HONORABLE SERGIO OSMENA VICE PRES OF THE PHILIPPINES   EFFECTIVE TOAY I HEREBY APPOINT COLONEL MANUEL NIETO AS SECRETARY TO THE CABINET WITH RIGHT TO DISCUSS AND VOTE ON MATTERS TAKEN UP AND DECIDED BY THE […]


Telegram of President Quezon to Field Marshal MacArthur, March 17, 1942

Buenos Aires, Neg. Occidental March 17, 1942 General MacArthur: Your letter received and I accept your plan stop I need the three fast boats in Zamboanguita tomorrow night stop If they are not available send M/V Dumaguete which was at Iligan yesterday and the two fast boats referred to in your radiogram just received. D o n


Telegram of President Quezon to President Roosevelt, February 12, 1942

FORT MILLS, February 12, 1942 The President of the United States: I wish to thank you for your prompt answer to the proposal which I submitted to you with the unanimous approval of my war cabinet.We fully appreciate the reasons upon which your decision is based and we are abiding by it. (Sgd.) Quezon


Telegram of President Roosevelt to President Quezon, February 11, 1942

WASHINGTON, February 11, 1942 Your message of February tenth evidently crossed mine to you of  February ninth. Under our constitutional authority the President of the United States is not empowered to cede or alienate any territory to another nation. Furthermore, the United States has just bound itself in agreement with twenty-five other nations to united […]


Telegram of President Quezon to President Roosevelt, February 10, 1942

FORTMILLS, February 10, 1942. The following is the letter I propose to address to you and to the Emperor of Japan if my recent proposal meets with your approval: Two great nations are now at war in the Western Pacific. The Commonwealth of the Philippines is still a possession of one of those nations, although […]