Fighting Islam's Fierce Moro Warriors

Woolman, David S.
April 2002
Military History;Apr2002, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p34
Reflects on the jungle war between U.S. forces and Muslims from the Southern Philippines during the 1900s. Description on the Moros; Attitude toward newcomers; Pattern of engagement used by the U.S. forces; Result of the war.


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