Monday, July 24, 2017

THE BELLS OF BALANGIGA: and SAN PEDRO of the Philippines :Where are they now

Two Balangiga bells exhibited at Fort D.A. Russel, now F. E. Warren Air Force Base


The third Balangiga bell in the Madison Barracks at Sackets HarborNew York, station of the 9th US Infantry Regiment at the turn of the 20th century. This bell is now at Camp Red Cloud, their present station in Korea
photos source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balangiga_bells

Note: You can read the full story of the famous bells in the links provided by the sources.

THE BELLS OF BALANGIGA: RESONANCES OF THE ANTI-IMPERIALIST ARMED RESISTANCE

In English:

credit/source: https://saludybenedicto.wordpress.com/2012/07/03/the-bells-of-balangiga-resonances-of-the-anti-imperialist-armed-resistance/

In Filipino/Tagalog

credit/source: https://saludybenedicto.wordpress.com/2012/07/03/ang-mga-kampana-ng-balangiga-batingaw-ng-anti-imperyalistang-armadong-pagbabalikwas/


The Bells of Balangiga’

credit/source: http://globalnation.inquirer.net/27779/the-bells-of-balangiga









It’s not THE famous bells, but it’s a Filipino one: 


The San Pedro bell

workers-bell
From left, Don Stanley Dalisay, Bambi Lorica, Sonny Busa and Consul General Mario De Leon watch workers
unbolt the San Pedro Bell from its base outside the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Chapel. JON MELEGRITO
 credit/source: http://globalnation.inquirer.net/139706/139706

San Pedro Bell returns to Philippines in 115 years after
 101 years at West Point.

You can read the full story of the famous bells in the links provided by the sources.