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Edwin V. Bookmiller

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Captain

Basey


Commander of Company G of the 9th US Infantry

Basey


Commander

Company G of the 9th Infantry


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philippineamericanwar.webs.com

Capt. Edwin V. Bookmiller, West Point Class 1889 and commander of Company G of the 9th US Infantry at Basey,
commandeered a civilian coastal steamer from Tacloban, the SS Pittsburg, and with his men steamed to Balangiga. The town was deserted. The dead of Company C lay where they fell, many bearing horrible hack wounds. Bookmiller and his men burned the town to the ground. General Jake "Howling" Smith and his staff inspecting the ruins of Balangiga in October 1901, a few weeks after the retaliation by Captain Bookmiller and his troops. Maj. Gen.


www.christorchaos.com

Capt. Edwin V. Bookmiller, West Point Class 1889 and commander of Company G of the 9th US Infantry at Basey, commandeered a civilian coastal steamer from Tacloban, the SS Pittsburg, and with his men steamed to Balangiga.
The town was deserted. The dead of Company C lay where they fell, many bearing horrible hack wounds. Bookmiller and his men burned the town to the ground.


lawaan.com

Capt. Edwin Bookmiller, the commander of Company G of the 9th Infantry in Basey, left for Balangiga at about 9AM the day after the attack.


www.bakbakan.org [cached]

Captain Edwin V. Bookmiller, commander of Company G of the 9th Infantry at Basey, boarded a gunboat with his company and steamed to the site of the massacre.There he found the that dead of Company C had been stripped and many were horribly mutilated.It was after this incident that Waller issued his "kill and burn" directive.


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