Philippines campaign

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Philippines campaign may refer to various military campaigns that have been fought in the Philippine Islands, including:

Spanish colonial period (1565–1898)[edit]

American colonial period (1898–1941)[edit]

  • The American operations of May–August 1898 to conquer the Philippines from Spain during the Spanish–American War; see "Philippines" under "Pacific" at Spanish–American War#Theaters of operation
  • The Philippine–American War (1899–1902), sometimes known as the Philippine War of Independence, an armed military conflict between the Philippines and the United States
  • The Moro Rebellion (1899–1913), a military conflict between Muslim Filipino revolutionary groups and the United States

World War II (1941–1945) and the Japanese occupation (1942–1945)[edit]

  • The Philippines Campaign (1941–1942), the World War II conquest of the Philippine Islands by Japan in 1941–1942 and the defense of the islands by Filipino and American forces
  • The Philippine Commonwealth military and armed guerrilla resistance against occupying Japanese forces between 1942 and 1945 during World War II; see Japanese occupation of the Philippines
  • The Philippines Campaign (1944–45), the World War II Allied campaign of October 1944 – August 1945 to defeat Japanese forces occupying the Philippine Islands

Non-military uses[edit]

Philippines campaign may also refer to:

See also[edit]