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Title: The stories they tell: Komik strips during the Japanese occupation of the Philippines, 1942-1945
Keywords: Philippines, History, Sequential Art, Comics, Propaganda, Newspapers
Issue Date: 15-Mar-2005
Source: KARL IAN UY CHENG CHUA (2005-03-15). The stories they tell: Komik strips during the Japanese occupation of the Philippines, 1942-1945. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The Japanese Occupation was a terrible part in the history of the Philippines. Countless books, newspaper and journal articles recounted the struggles of the Filipinos in order to survive this ordeal. Most of these works based their content in interviews with survivors, memoirs, military documents, among others. This thesis aims to unearth a source which has been ignored as a primary source for the said period, sequential art or a??komik stripsa?? in newspapers during the Occupation period tell of similar stories of hunger, chaos and struggle which can be found in the interviews, memoirs, and others. Through four a??komik stripsa?? printed in the Tribune, namely a??Philosopher of the Sidewalk,a?? a??Now Ia??ve Seen Everything,a?? a??The Boy Pilipinoa?? and a??The Kalibapi Family,a?? the thesis will attempt to uncover more stories about life during the Japanese Occupation Period of the Philippines.
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