Engineers in the Philippines a Century Ago

Dunn, James W.
August 1999
Engineer;Aug99, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p61
Trade Publication
Looks at the role of United States military engineers during the Spanish-American War in the Philippines in 1898. Details of the war; Activities of the engineers.


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