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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went through the Roof in our Quarters jeas every place befor 10 o Clock the Utah Battery had several Guns going all Filipinios where ordered in their Houses we had but verry little trouble in the City the firing Kept on all Night

Febr 5 Sunday 1899
The Weather was fine all Night and we patrolled the City at 8 o Clock we ate Breakfast on the
Sheet Bread and Coffee at 10 o Clock 40 of the Company filled their Haversack with Ammunition 300 per men and carried the same to the Front all returned but 4 or 5 I stayed myself with the Colonel permission I laid along side of the right to H Company I Kept 100 Rounds myself we continued a Heavy Fire on the Enemy wich was stationed all along the lines but the strongest Fort they had in Filipino Hospital but
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