On the trail to Headquarters of the ECLGA (East Central Luzon Guerilla Area) on Mt. Macabot, Rizal, Philippines
On the trail to Headquarters of the ECLGA (East Central Luzon Guerilla Area) on Mt. Macabot, Rizal, Philippines
Ramsey's Communications Guerillas
Ramsey's Communications Guerillas
Intelligence Officer Mona Parpana w/Ramsey and Staff
Intelligence Officer Mona Parpana w/Ramsey and Staff
Lt. Ramsey's HQ security with Capt. Jimmy Carrington in command
Lt. Ramsey's HQ security with Capt. Jimmy Carrington in command
Ramsey and John Boone after receiving the DSC from General MacArthur
Ramsey and John Boone after receiving the DSC from General MacArthur
Phil. Army Chief of Staff and Guerilla Maj. Guerrero
Phil. Army Chief of Staff and Guerilla Maj. Guerrero
March 7 1945 -- Gen. MacArthur in Corregidor
March 7 1945 -- Gen. MacArthur in Corregidor
Flag made by Ed's ECLGA depicting Gen. MacArthur, now on permanent display at the OMA Museum
Flag made by Ed's ECLGA depicting Gen. MacArthur, now on permanent display at the OMA Museum
Col. Tony Chanco who gave Ed his memorable cane from his grandfather and has Ed's name engraved in 1948 with Ed at Ft. Rilet, KS CT.GS School
Col. Tony Chanco who gave Ed his memorable cane from his grandfather and has Ed's name engraved in 1948 with Ed at Ft. Rilet, KS CT.GS School
Amidst the rubble of Manila, Ed stands with Major John Boone, one of his commanders.  Both received the Distinguished Service Cross from MacArthur on June 13, 1945
Amidst the rubble of Manila, Ed stands with Major John Boone, one of his commanders. Both received the Distinguished Service Cross from MacArthur on June 13, 1945
Col. Hugh Straughn is captured in 1943 as the Japanese created a "wanted list" of American Guerilla leaders considered "War Rebels."  To the Japanese they were bandits, and when captured were tortured mercilessly and beheaded.
Col. Hugh Straughn is captured in 1943 as the Japanese created a "wanted list" of American Guerilla leaders considered "War Rebels." To the Japanese they were bandits, and when captured were tortured mercilessly and beheaded.
Lt. Gen. Masaharu Homma, 14th Army Commander, coming ashore at Lingayen Gulf,  December 24, 1941
Lt. Gen. Masaharu Homma, 14th Army Commander, coming ashore at Lingayen Gulf, December 24, 1941
26th Cavalry Philippine Scouts moving into Pozorrubio pass a General Stuart light tank
26th Cavalry Philippine Scouts moving into Pozorrubio pass a General Stuart light tank
The healthiest Prisoners of War were selected for this group photo. Taken at Fort o'Donnell, Death camp, May 15, 1942 one month after camp was opened.
The healthiest Prisoners of War were selected for this group photo. Taken at Fort o'Donnell, Death camp, May 15, 1942 one month after camp was opened.
Ed writes: "Most of my Senior Staff. only my G-2 Col. Bonoan, was missing in picture. He was ambushed and killed during our withdrawal from the Headquarters on Mt. Balagbag, a great loss."
Ed writes: "Most of my Senior Staff. only my G-2 Col. Bonoan, was missing in picture. He was ambushed and killed during our withdrawal from the Headquarters on Mt. Balagbag, a great loss."
A priceless document dedicated to Ed by the ECLGA War veterans in 1945 at their 1st Annual Convention in Bayambang, Pangasinan
A priceless document dedicated to Ed by the ECLGA War veterans in 1945 at their 1st Annual Convention in Bayambang, Pangasinan
Manila 4/45, Roger Lapaham, Ed, Gyles Merrill, Alvin Faretta, John Boone, Ray Hunt, Bernard Anderson
Manila 4/45, Roger Lapaham, Ed, Gyles Merrill, Alvin Faretta, John Boone, Ray Hunt, Bernard Anderson
Manila 1945, Ed is 3rd from left, Maj. John Boone is 2nd from right, center is President Manuel Roxas, 1st President of Philippines
Manila 1945, Ed is 3rd from left, Maj. John Boone is 2nd from right, center is President Manuel Roxas, 1st President of Philippines
Ed described ECLGA staffer Ramona Snyder as one of the smartest intelligence operatives he'd met
Ed described ECLGA staffer Ramona Snyder as one of the smartest intelligence operatives he'd met
Ramona Snyder, photo ~1945
Ramona Snyder, photo ~1945
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WWII - The Philippines
Communique between Gen. MacArthur and Col. Ramsey Communique between Gen. MacArthur and Col. Ramsey
Communique between Gen. MacArthur and Col. Ramsey Communique between Gen. MacArthur and Col. Ramsey
Letter from President Truman to Ramsey at Hotel Lassen, July 14, 1945 Letter from Ramsey to MacArthur regarding enemy atrocities
Letter from President Truman to Ramsey at Hotel Lassen, July 14, 1945 Letter from Ramsey to MacArthur regarding enemy atrocities
Professor Al Greenburg's letter to Ed regarding his meeting with Gen. MacArthur at the Waldorf Astoria The Ramsey Guerrilla March with words and Music by Eliseo P. Arevalo.  Download the sheet music!
Professor Al Greenburg's letter to Ed regarding his meeting with Gen. MacArthur at the Waldorf Astoria The Ramsey Guerrilla March with words and Music by Eliseo P. Arevalo. Download the sheet music!
Letter from John Plaster regarding his book, "SOG: The Secret Wars of America's Commandoes in Vietnam" Ed's birthday card from the USAFEE hospital in Bulacan on May 9, 1945
Letter from John Plaster regarding his book, "SOG: The Secret Wars of America's Commandoes in Vietnam" Ed's birthday card from the USAFEE hospital in Bulacan on May 9, 1945
Letters, Communiques, Etc.
Liberation of Manila, Release of Detainees, Santo Tomas Hospital & Bilibid Prison
Nurses at the University of Santo Tomas where POWs were treated
Nurses at the University of Santo Tomas where POWs were treated
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