Commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor on December 10, 2016

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Part of the crowd that attended the Meet and Greet event.

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With Dennis and Sylvia Benko of the Palos Verdes Rotary Club.

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Jay Wertz with Gil Mislang who did the research for WWII Comix: Pearl Harbor & Day of Infamy.

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Original artworks depicting scenes from WWll, done in watercolor by Cota Yabut, a Bay Area artist. Linda holding artwork depicting the entrance of American troops at UST to liberate the Santo Tomas Internment Camp. Robert holds the artwork depicting the Filipino prisoners at Fort Santiago. Two other works depict (1) the Japanese atrocities and massacres of Filipino civilians and (2) Death March.

Original artworks depicting scenes from WWll, done in watercolor by Cota Yabut, a Bay Area artist. Linda holding artwork depicting the entrance of American troops at UST to liberate the Santo Tomas Internment Camp. Robert holds the artwork depicting the Filipino prisoners at Fort Santiago. Two other works depict (1) the Japanese atrocities and massacres of Filipino civilians and (2) Death March.

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An electronic Nativity scene and copies of PASKO: The Philippine Christmas by Reynaldo Gamboa Alejandro and Marla Yotoko Chorengel. If you want to know more about how Christmas is being celebrated in the Philippines plus all other trivia about this important Christian event, this is the book for you. Published in 1998, few copies are still available and are now collector’s items.

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The gentleman on the right side is Gil Mislang who did the research on WWll Comix: Pearl Harbor and the Day of Infamy. In comix form, first class paper and in full color, this edition is the first in the series and it makes history come alive to the level of young people, esp. from ages 10 and up. If interested, contact: linda@philbooks.us

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Jay autographs his book for Luz Bag-aw of Long Beach.

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The posters of Jose Rizal & the young Rizal at age 14 greets all guests who visit the bookshop

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