John Henry Asendorf in uniform The War Diary of John Henry Asendorf
The Story of a Pennsylvania Volunteer during the Spanish-American War in the Philippines and the Philippine American War

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Monday DEC 26/98
The Night has been rather chilly but the Sun came out hot at 7 pm 50 men the Captan and Lt Woods went on Outpost duty the Dinner and Souper was carried out to them I startet to work again at Headquarters the day was rather quiet around our Quarters but through our local papers we hear that every Soldier was well cared for also our Sick at the different Hospitals the same Men remain on the Sick List
Tuesday DEC 27/98
We had a light Shower during the Night but during the day it was clear our Outpost came in at 8 am and reported every thing quiet also heard the News that Alguinaldo with half his men has left Malola and has taken Quarters at Cavite or in that Nayborhood the rest of them choose a new Leader and are willing to fight our Forces all remain on Sick List but myself (good for duty) fresh Meat
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