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The University of the Philippines

Nature volume 150, page 20 (04 July 1942) | Download Citation



FEARS were expressed, in the early days of the invasion by the Japanese of the Philippines when the open city of Manila was bombed, that the University and other colleges of the city, some of them of great antiquity, might have been damaged or destroyed. It is therefore welcome news to learn that no damage of any kind has been suffered by the buildings of the University of the Philippines or, apparently, by other educational institutions. The bombing was concentrated on a small area in another part of the city.

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