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
Monday, February 27th, 1899  Diary View

Febr 27 Monday 99
A good deal fighting was done near the Bay on our right and it is claimed good many Rebels where Killed while 1 Men was was Killed and several of our Men where wounded as I am Kept verry buisy at Work all the time its hard to Keep Track of what other Regiments are doing but every thing is verry quiet and we hear on good authority the the Insurgents are running short of Ammunition but Keep their Powder Mill going day and Night in the City every thing is quiet some more prisoners where taken by the several Regiments and Co C Killed several Sharpshooters in the Morning


A good deal of fighting was done near the bay on our right and it is claimed a good many rebels were killed while one man was killed and several of our men were wounded. As I am kept very busy at work all the time, it is hard to keep track of what other regiments are doing. But, everything is very quiet and we hear on good authority that the insurgents are running short on ammunition but keep their powder mill going day and night. In the city everything is quiet. Some more prisoners were taken by the several regiments and Company C killed several sharpshooters in the morning.
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