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Philiphies编辑

# Picture Name From Until
1   Wesley Merritt August 14, 1898[1] August 30, 1898[2]
2   Elwell S. Otis August 28, 1898 May 5, 1900
3   Arthur MacArthur, Jr. May 5, 1900 July 4, 1901
4   Adna Chaffee [3] July 4, 1901 July 4, 1902
5   William Howard Taft July 4, 1901 February 1, 1904
6   Luke Edward Wright February 1, 1904 November 3, 1905
7   Henry Clay Ide November 3, 1905 September 19, 1906
8   James Francis Smith September 20, 1906 November 11, 1909
9   William Cameron Forbes November 11, 1909 September 1, 1913
-   Newton W. Gilbert

(Acting Governor-General)

September 1, 1913 October 6, 1913
10   Francis Burton Harrison October 6, 1913 March 5, 1921
-   Charles Yeater(Acting Governor-General) March 5, 1921 October 14, 1921
11   Leonard Wood October 14, 1921 August 7, 1927
-   Eugene Allen Gilmore(Acting Governor-General) August 7, 1927 December 27, 1927
12   Henry L. Stimson December 27, 1927 February 23, 1929
-   Eugene Allen Gilmore(Acting Governor-General) February 23, 1929 July 8, 1929
13   Dwight F. Davis July 8, 1929 January 9, 1932
-   George C. Butte(Acting Governor-General) January 9, 1932 February 29, 1932
14   Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. February 29, 1932 July 15, 1933
15   Frank Murphy July 15, 1933 November 14, 1935

Became High Commissioner to the Philippines

16   Manuel L. Quezon

(1878–1944)

November 15, 1935[note 1] August 1, 1944[note 2][note 3]
17   Sergio Osmeña

(1878–1961)

August 1, 1944 May 28, 1946[note 4][note 5]
18   Manuel Roxas

(1892–1948)

May 28, 1946 April 15, 1948[note 6]
19   José P. Laurel(1891–1959) October 14, 1943

[note 7]

August 17, 1945

[note 8][note 9]

20   Elpidio Quirino(1890–1956) April 17, 1948 December 30, 1953

[note 4]

21   Ramon Magsaysay(1907–1957) December 30, 1953 March 17, 1957

[note 10]

22   Carlos P. Garcia(1896–1971) March 18, 1957 December 30, 1961

[note 4]

23   Diosdado Macapagal(1910–1997) December 30, 1961 December 30, 1965

[note 4]

24   Ferdinand Marcos(1917–1989) December 30, 1965 February 25, 1986

[note 4][note 11]

25   Corazon Aquino(1933–2009) February 25, 1986

[note 12]

June 30, 1992
26   Fidel Ramos(1928–) June 30, 1992 June 30, 1998
27   Joseph Estrada(1937–) June 30, 1998 January 20, 2001

[note 13][note 9]

28   Gloria Macapagal Arroyo(1947–) January 20, 2001 June 30, 2010
29   Benigno Aquino III(1960–) June 30, 2010 June 30, 2016
30   Rodrigo Duterte(1945–) June 30, 2016 Incumbent

Indonesia编辑

  1. 1796–1801: Pieter Gerardus van Overstraten
  2. 1801–1805: Johannes Siberg
  3. 1805–1808: Albertus Henricus Wiese
  4. 1808–1811: Herman Willem Daendels
  5. 1811–1811: Jan Willem Janssens
  6. 1811: Gilbert Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, 1st Earl of Minto
  7. 1811–1816: Stamford Raffles
  8. 1816: John Fendall, Jr.
  9. 1816–1826: Godert van der Capellen
  10. 1826–1830: Leonard du Bus de Gisignies / Hendrik Merkus de Kock
  11. 1830–1833: Johannes van den Bosch
  12. 1833–1836: Jean Chrétien Baud
  13. 1836–1840: Dominique Jacques de Eerens
  14. 1840–1841: Carel Sirardus Willem van Hogendorp
  15. 1841–1844: Pieter Merkus
  16. 1844–1845: Joan Cornelis Reynst
  17. 1845–1851: Jan Jacob Rochussen
  18. 1851–1856: Albertus Jacobus Duymaer van Twist
  19. 1856–1861: Charles Ferdinand Pahud
  20. 1861–1866: Ludolph Anne Jan Wilt Sloet van de Beele
  21. 1866–1872: Pieter Mijer
  22. 1872–1875: James Loudon
  23. 1875–1881: Johan Wilhelm van Lansberge
  24. 1881–1884: Frederik s'Jacob
  25. 1884–1888: Otto van Rees
  26. 1888–1893: Cornelis Pijnacker Hordijk
  27. 1893–1899: Carel Herman Aart van der Wijck
  28. 1899–1904: Willem Rooseboom
  29. 1904–1909: Johannes Benedictus van Heutsz
  30. 1909–1916: Alexander Willem Frederik Idenburg
  31. 1916–1921: Johan Paul van Limburg Stirum
  32. 1921–1926: Dirk Fock
  33. 1926–1931: Andries Cornelis Dirk de Graeff
  34. 1931–1936: Bonifacius Cornelis de Jonge
  35. 1936–1942: Tjarda van Starkenborgh Stachouwer
  36. 1942–1948: Hubertus van Mook
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    2. ^ Tucker, Spencer. The Encyclopedia of the Spanish–American and Philippine–American Wars: A Political, Social, and Military History. ABC-CLIO. 2009: 457. ISBN 978-1-85109-951-1. 
    3. ^ Elliott (1917), p. 509
    4. ^ 4.0 4.1 The Commonwealth of the Philippines. Official Gazette. Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office. [July 8, 2016]. 
    5. ^ Tejero, Constantino C. The real Manuel Luis Quezon, beyond the posture and bravura. Philippine Daily Inquirer. November 8, 2015 [June 16, 2016]. 
    6. ^ 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 The Executive Branch. Official Gazette. Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office. [June 18, 2016]. 
    7. ^ PCDSPO 2015,第62–64页
    8. ^ Staff writer(s); no by-line. Heart Attack Fatal to Philippine Pres. Roxas. Schenectady Gazette (Manila). April 16, 1948 [June 16, 2016]. 
    9. ^ 9.0 9.1 Jose, Ricardo T. Afterword. His Excellency Jose P. Laurel, President of the Second Philippine Republic: Speeches, Messages and Statements, October 14, 1943 to December 19, 1944. By Laurel, José P. Manila: Lyceum of the Philippines in cooperation with the José P. Laurel Memorial Foundation. 1997 [June 18, 2016]. ISBN 971-91847-2-8 –通过Presidential Museum and Library. 
    10. ^ 10.0 10.1 PCDSPO 2015,第72页
    11. ^ Agoncillo & Guerrero 1970
    12. ^ Today is the birth anniversary of President Jose P. Laurel. Presidential Museum and Library. Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office. [June 18, 2016]. 
    13. ^ 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 Staff writer(s); no by-line. Second Philippine Republic. Presidential Museum and Library. Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office. October 14, 2015 [July 6, 2016]. 
    14. ^ Staff writer(s); no by-line. Sergio Osmeña: Remembering the Grand Old Man of Cebu. National Historical Commission of the Philippines. September 4, 2012 [July 23, 2016]. 
    15. ^ MacArthur, Douglas. Speech of General Douglas MacArthur upon turning over to President Sergio Osmena the full powers and responsibilities of the Commonwealth Government under the Constitution. Official Gazette. Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office. February 27, 1945 [July 24, 2016]. 
    16. ^ Death Anniversary of President Ramon Magsaysay. Presidential Museum and Library. Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office. March 17, 2013 [June 16, 2016]. 
    17. ^ Staff writer(s); no by-line. Magsaysay Dead in Plane Crash. St. Petersburg Times (Manila: Times Publishing Company). March 18, 1957 [June 16, 2016]. 
    18. ^ 18.0 18.1 18.2 Reaves, Joseph A. Marcos Flees, Aquino Rules. Chicago Tribune (Manila: Tribune Publishing). February 26, 1986 [July 9, 2016]. 
    19. ^ Resolution No. 38. Official Gazette. Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office. February 15, 1986 [July 9, 2016]. 
    20. ^ 20.0 20.1 Chandler & Steinberg 1987
    21. ^ 1986 Tally Board. National Citizens' Movement for Free Elections. February 16, 1986 [July 9, 2016]. 
    22. ^ 22.0 22.1 引用错误:没有为名为1986election的参考文献提供内容
    23. ^ Calica, Aurea. SC: People's welfare is the supreme law. The Philippine Star. January 21, 2001 [June 18, 2016]. 


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