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The Revolution 1

The Revolution 1

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a part of the history of the Philippines. it talks about the revolution.
a part of the history of the Philippines. it talks about the revolution.

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Published by: nadia on Dec 10, 2008
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The Revolution: FIRSTPHASE
 
 The KATIPUNAN became popular in the suburbs of Manilaand in the provinces of Central Luzon. But as theaffiliates/members increased, the Spanish Authoritiesbegan to suspect its underground character.
 The Friars denounced the nightly meeting held by theKatipuneros and on August 19, 1896, PATIÑO exposed thesociety to Fr. Mariano Gil. And with the discovery of the
Katipunan,
Bonifacio had no other alternative than to taketo the field; and on August 23 at PUGADLAWIN, he and hismen declared their intention to fight to the bitter end.
At Tejeros, it was agreed to change the society w/ agovernment responsive to the demands of the times, and inthe election that followed Bonifacio was chosen to be theDirector of the Interior. However, DANIEL TIRONA,questioned his election; and Bonifacio hurt by the insult, hedeclared that the election was null and void.
In April, he (A. Bonifacio) was ordered to be arrested, triedand executed. And the Filipinos That time were alreadylosing battle after battle.
Moreover, Aguinaldo retreated to Biyak-na-bato (where the

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Jose Rizal was a revolutionary . While interrogated by Spanish authorities Pio Valenzuela pictured Rizal as a reformist to save him from execution. Rizal had foresight. He tried to buy arms before La Liga and the Katipunan was founded. See Memors of the Katipunan and the Philippine Revolution by Valenzuela. Deserves to be Nat’l Hero. Historians mus correct this grave injustice.
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