In 1916, the US passed the Jones Act which determined that autonomy would just be allowed upon the arrangement of a stable popularity based government demonstrated on the American model, not the French model as the past constitution had been. The US affirmed a ten-year progress plan in 1934 and drafted another constitution in 1935. World War II and the Japanese intrusion on December 8, 1941, in any case, interfered with that arrangement. After gallant Filipino opposition against overpowering chances at long last finished with the fall of Bataan and Corregidor in 1942, a Japanese “republic” was set up, in all actuality, a time of military administer by the Japanese Imperial Army. Another constitution was confirmed in 1943 by Filipino teammates who were known as the Kapisanan sa Paglilingkod ng Bagong Pilipinas. A functioning guerilla development kept on opposing the Japanese occupation. The Japanese powers were at long last vanquished by the Allies in 1944 and this section found some conclusion.