Sergio Osmeña

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  1. Until 1945, Laurel served as President of the Second Philippine Republic, while Osmeña served as the president of the government in exile.
  2. as Secretary of Public Instruction, Health, and Public Welfare
  3. as Secretary of Public Instruction
  4. as Secretary of Justice, Labor and Welfare
  5. as Secretary of Health and Public Welfare
  6. as Secretary of Public Instruction and Information
  7. The position was last held by Americans, including Fred Atkinson, the first General Superintendent.

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  5. Sergio Osmena Sr.'s Death Certificate
  6. Sergio Osmeña
Sergio Osmeña
Sergio Osmena photo.jpg
4th President of the Philippines
In office
1 August 1944 28 May 1946
ServingwithJose P. Laurel (1944–1945) [lower-alpha 1]