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The Relief on Primo de Rivera
The succeeding liberal party sent General Basilio Augustin to the Philippines as Primo de Rivera¶s successor. This was unfortunate, for the new governor-general was ignorant of the actual conditions in the Philippines. On April 9, 1898, General Augustin arrived in Manila, and the following day Primo de Rivera turned over the reins of the Philippine government to his successor. Immediately upon his assumption of office, the governor announced that he would continue Primo de Rivera¶s work of pacification.
American Designs of the Philippines
The Spanish- American relations were turning for the worse. The Cuban revolution had drawn the United States to the side of the Cuban rebels. On February 25, 1898, Roosevelt cabled Dewey, now commander of the Squadron, to make Hongkong his base of operations. At the same time, he instructed Dewey to take offensive action against the Spanish Fotilla based in Manila in case of war with Spain. Thus, when the war finally broke out, Dewey was in a position to rush immediately to Manila to destroy the Spanish warships. The coming of the American therefore was not a mere accident of the Spanish- American war, but a planned action.
The Spanish-American War
In the face of the Philippines and the Cuban revolutions, Spain could not antagonize the United States. She therefore tried to heal the rift in order not to draw her into a fatal war with a rising powerful nation. Spain's ambassador to the United States, Dupuy de Lome, wrote a friend in Havana, Cuba in January 1898, stating that the President William McKinley was a weakling and low politician. This letter was stolen and published in a New York periodical. The result of its publication was that the Americans who had been rouse with anger demanded war against the Spain.
The Battle of Manila Bay
With receipt of secretary Long¶s cable announcing the declaration of war with Spain, Dewey sailed from Mirs Bay, near Hongkong, for the Philippines with seven heavily armed ships. Early morning of May 1, 1898, his fleet entered Manila Bay almost undetected by the Spanish shore batteries on Corregidor and Bataan. Dewey Sailed straight toward the Manila Bay shore in the hope that he would find Admiral Patricio Montojo¶s fleet there and give battle immediately. The naval battle that followed was one sided, in fact it was a massacre. The Spanish ships outnumbered those of the Americans, the former were, nevertheless, poorly armed. All in all, the American fleet had more tonnage than the Spanish flotilla. The Spaniards, in the face of absolute defeat, hoisted the white flag in Cavite in token of surrender.
to prevent the enemy from occupying. was so secret that no one else in either camp knows of its existence. after which the Spanish armed forces would surrender. the second reinforcements. the Cavite shipyard. The continuous stream of American reinforcement worried Aguinaldo no end. Hope of an easy victory filled their hearts when the third reinforcement headed by general Arthur Mac Arthur arrived on July 31. believed that the Spanish positions was hopeless in the face of a superior enemy and in the face of the Filipino. Aguinaldo and his forces were laying siege to Manila. in spite of the fact that the Spaniards were then at the mercy of the Filipino troops. With the fresh troops.on one hand. This situation was favorable to the Americans. Aguinaldo ordered them to occupy the Dalahikan. But other Filipino military leaders were harboring the same suspicious. on the other. The Spanish-American Secret Agreement On July 17. Greene.Renewal of the Struggle As soon as Aguinaldo had landed the war materials he had brought from Hongkong. he insisted that to satisfy the Spanish code of honor there should be a mock battle. however he kept to himself. He wondered why. . American reinforcement continue to pour on in numbers. headed by General Francis V. He further insisted that the Filipino rebels should be excluded from participating in the surrender of Manila. and Dewey and Merritt. This agreement between Jaudenes. A number of Filipino volunteers in the Spanish army defected to the Filipino forces. rebels. General Artemio Ricarete expressed his doubts as to American intentions and warned Aguinaldo ³to be careful because it seems that the Americans want to fool us´ General Pio del Pilar also unburdened him self of the same feeling to Aguinaldo and suggested that batteries be mounted in certain places to prevent the Americans from passing through them. Jaudenes like Augustin. for they did not have to be on the lookout for any hostile Spanish maneuver since the job of watching was being done by their Filipino allies.American Rift At the time that Dewey was waiting for reinforcements. the Americans were confident that they could easily dislodge the Spaniards from the city. To save face. Preparations were immediately made for the battle that would determine the fate of Manila. Beginnings of the Filipino. The news of his return spread throughout the Central Luzon. Aguinaldo handed them copies of his proclamations urging the people to rally once more to the Filipino Flag in the struggle against the Spaniards. His suspicious of ultimate American intentions. arrived. rebels from the Bataan came to see him.
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