Laughter in a Funeral Parlor, Part 1 of 2 » CPR as War-time Lecturer

For two years Colonel Romulo tirelessly served as the voice of the Philippines, bringing the plight of his war-torn nation to the attention of regular Americans, the majority of who had barely heard about Bataan until two years after its fall. Photo from The Philippines Herald, September 25, 1949.

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