The Ortigas Foundation, Inc. invites you to a reading of Breaking the Silence: A War Memoir by Mrs. Lourdes R. Montinola in commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Manila.
Listen to James Litton's account of his young years and memories of the war.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2015, 6:00PM
ORTIGAS FOUNDATION LIBRARY
2nd floor, Ortigas Building
Ortigas corner Meralco Avenue
Ortigas Center, Pasig City
FREE ADMISSION BUT SEATS LIMITED
Used book donations welcome.
For reservations, please call 631-1231 local 187/181/228
This lecture is part of the "Chronicles of War: The Liberation of Manila" Lecture Series in commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Manila.
MacArthur Library's Executive Director, James Zobel will discuss more unravelled revelations about General Douglas MacArthur in his lecture at the Embassy of the United States, Manila on February 18, 2015, 2PM.
As part of the "Chronicles of War" series of lectures and events commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Manila, the Ortigas Foundation Library invites you to another talk by James Zobel entitled "President Jose P. Laurel and Douglas MacArthur: A Complex Relationship".
James Zobel, director of the MacArthur Library will conduct a lecture that explores the destructive aspects of the liberation of Manila and enlighten issues that may provide closure to those tragic days of February 1945.
The Ortigas Foundation Library invites you to a one-hour tour of the American Military Cemetery to be led by its Deputy Director, Hubert Caloud on February 7, 2015, 11:00AM at the American Military Cemetery, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City. This is in conjunction with the foundation's "Chronicles of War" series of lectures and events commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Manila.
The Ortigas Foundation Library presents its series of lectures and events from February to March titled "Chronicles of War" commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Manila.
The Ortigas Foundation is proud to announce that it was invited to present an exhibit on the history of the Philippines via its Spanish-era churches entitled “The Lasting Links with Spain”, to be held at the Casa de America in Madrid, Spain. The exhibit features the history of Catholicism in the Philippines which finds its roots in the spice trade via the famous Manila Galleon, the establishment of the first communities and thatched churches, to the development and construction of the stone churches which have lasted through the centuries.