Title: Monsignor Olano, a bishop in World War II / Florentino Rodao
Other Titles: Micronesian : journal of the humanities and social sciences
Autores: Rodao, Florentino
Published in: Micronesian : journal of the humanities and social sciences, Vol. 4, no. 2 (Dec. 2005), p. 85-101
Palabras clave: Olano Urteaga, Miguel Ángel Actividad política Japón Artículos periodísticos
Obispos vascos Japón Artículos periodísticos
Issue Date to EMD: 28-Sep-2021
Description: Monsignor Olano, the last Spanish bishop in Guam (1935-45), presided a period of intense political disputes, ordered to exile from the island both in 1941 and in 1945. Japanese, Spaniards and Americans pulled strings through him, both during the Pacific War and before, but the whereabouts of the prelate relate also to the attempts to influence the lives of Guamese. Olano and the Catholic church was perceived as a way the Chamorro in Guam historically expressed their agency and efforts were done by the foreign powers in order to reduce it. The article analyzes the issue mostly though Spanish documentation, at different archives.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10357/62260
Origin repository: http://marshall.csu.edu.au/MJHSS/
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