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Microdermabrasion by Lorena Cosentino - Empire Medical Training

EmpireMedicalTraining.com video on Lorena Cosentino teaching Microdermabrasion at the Empire Medical Training Seminar on Facial Aesthetics. Let us know what you think about this instructional video or our Training Programs. We'd love to hear your comments. For more information about our courses, please visit us at: http://www.empiremedicaltraining.com/training/aesth­etic-workshops

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The Presidents of the Philippines | From Aguinaldo to Aquino III

My friends, less than a month ago, His Excellency, Benigno Simeon 'Noynoy' Aquino III was finally inaugurated as the Fifteenth President of the Republic of the Philippines - continuing the great legacy of his parents, Senator Ninoy Aquino and President Corazon Aquino. Now let us pay tribute to the fifteen remarkable Filipinos who have led our nation in the last one hundred years. Mabuhay ang Sambayanang Pilipino.

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Japanese Invasion of the Philippines 1941

Japanese Conquest of the Philippines in World War 2. The Battle for Corregidor was the culmination of the Japanese campaign for the conquest of the Philippines. The fall of Bataan in April 9, 1942, ended all organized opposition by the U.S. Army Forces -- Far East (USAFFE) to the invading Japanese forces on Luzon in the northern Philippines. The island bastion of Corregidor, with its network of tunnels and formidable array of defensive armament, along with the fortifications across the entrance to Manila Bay, was the remaining obstacle to the 14th Japanese Imperial Army of Lieutenant General Masaharu Homma. The Japanese had to take Corregidor; as long as the island remained in American hands, they would be denied the use of the Manila Bay, the finest natural harbor in the Far East.

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The Philippines 1941-1945

Philippines during World War II The Sack of Manila A Photo Montage by Alfredo Villanueva Music by Richard Wagner (Orchestral Prelude to Lohengrin) Comments by Fred Baldassare "For the sake of historical truth, I must comment that the destruction of Manila, which was "The Pearl of the Orient", before the war, was done in great part by US bombers and US artillery. Gen. Yamashita, unlike Gen. MacArthur in 1941, did not declare Manila an "Open City", which would have freed Manila from hostile activity. After Gen. Yamashita withdrew most of his troops to the Mountain Province, a large contingent of Japanese soldiers and sailors, and Korean marines stayed behind and defended the city, under the command of Admiral Iwabuchi. Manila had to be liberated by fighting it out, street by street, and building to building. With the American and Filipino liberators just on the other side of the Pasig River, the Japanese soldiers and sailors, and the Korean marines proceeded to go from one city block to another, burning and looting the homes, raping the women, and murdering as many citizens of Manila as they could, in biblical proportions. The Ermita, Malate, and Pasay districts were most greatly affected. The Japanese Military, in Manila, declared war on its civilian population. Conservative estimates state the the Manila Massacre, which took place in February, 1945, claimed the lives of over 111,000 civilians, an estimate of 35,000 more than either Nagasaki or Hiroshima. Most of the pictures shown above were taken by the US Army Signal CORP, soon after the liberation of Manila. - The Sack Of manila- by Fred Baldassare http://battlingbastardsbataan.com/som.htm

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