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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all Night everything has been unusual quiet with the Exception of the Kansas Regiment wich is now stationed near Caloogan the had quiet a Engagemnt when finaly one of their Men notised a white Flag in the far distance firing ceased imediately on both sides and the several Officer fron each Side advanced gradualy until the met theese where Spanich Comisioner who had been at Marrolos and where on their way to Manila
they reported that they had seen 5 of our prisoners in Marrolu but had their Freedom in the City but to the best of their Judgment thought that the Insurgents would surrener soon chaplain Hunter and several Leuitenant of our Regt who had spent a Months Fourlough at china and Japan returned in the Morning we also recieved a serveral Mail as Taps are sounded everything is quiet on the Line and City both the Sick and wounded are getting along fine
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