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A rare photo of HENERAL ANTONIO LUNA up close. *General Antonio Luna de San Pedro y Novicio-Ancheta October 1866 – 5 June was a Filipino army general who fought in the Philippine–American War. Boxer Rebellion, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Filipiniana, Cultural Studies, Chief Of Staff, Army & Navy, American War

Antonio Luna Regarded as one of the fiercest generals of his time, he succeeded Artemio Ricarte as Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. He sought to apply his background in military science to the fledgling army. A sharpshooter himself, he organized professional guerrilla soldiers later to be known as the “Luna Sharpshooters” and the “Black Guard”. His three-tier defense, now known as the Luna Defense Line, gave the American troops a hard campaign in the provinces north

Teresa Magbanua, the first woman fighter in Panay and known as the Emilio Aguinaldo, Boxer Rebellion, Philippines Culture, Visayas, Bataan, American War, Red Cross, Women In History, Historical Photos

6 Badass Filipina Warriors You've Never Heard Of

Here are 6 badass Filipino heroines who showed "Pinay power" at it's finest.

Pictorial history of the Philippine-American War Emilio Aguinaldo, Ilocos, Vigan, Filipiniana, San Jacinto, Rough Riders, Ancient Beauty, Freemasonry, American War

Trapping Aguinaldo, 1899

Pictorial history of the Philippine-American War

On September 13, 1907, Macario Sakay, revolutionary leader and among the last of the Filipino resistance fighters to surrender to the Americans, was hanged inside the Old Bilibid Prison in Manila, together with Col. Lucio de Vega. Born on January 3, 1870 in Tondo, Manila, Sakay, a close confidante of Andres Bonifacio, was one of the early members of the Katipunan. Boxer Rebellion, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Rough Riders, American War, Historical Pictures, Women In History, Pinoy, Manila

On September 13, 1907, Macario Sakay, revolutionary leader and among the last of the Filipino resistance fighters to surrender to the Americans, was hanged inside the Old Bilibid Prison in Manila, together with Col. Lucio de Vega. Born on January 3, 1870 in Tondo, Manila, Sakay, a close confidante of Andres Bonifacio, was one of the early members of the Katipunan.

Manuel Quezon in his rayadillo uniform, Photo taken during the Philippine American War Quezon was said to have been the aide-de-camp of Gen. Aguinaldo during the Philippine Revolution. Philippines People, Philippines Culture, Philippines Fashion, Philippine Army, Treaty Of Paris, Filipino Fashion, The Spanish American War, Filipino Culture, Rough Riders

Manuel Quezon in his rayadillo uniform, Photo taken during the Philippine American War 1899-1902. Quezon was said to have been the aide-de-camp of Gen. Aguinaldo during the Philippine Revolution. #philippine history #history

Rebel soldiers who fought in the Philippine-American War which began in 1890 and officially ended two years later, although guerilla warefare continued until Philippines, South East Asia, date unknown. (Photo by Fotosearch/Getty Images). The Spanish American War, American History, Military Men, Military History, Philippine Army, Treaty Of Paris, Filipino Fashion, Boxer Rebellion, World Conflicts

Rebel soldiers who fought in the Philippine-American War which began...

Rebel soldiers who fought in the Philippine-American War which began in 1890 and officially ended two years later, although guerilla warefare continued until 1906. Philippines, South East Asia, date...

On November Gregorio Del Pilar, one of the youngest generals during the 1896 Philippine Revolution against Spain, was born in Bulacan, Bulacan. Popularly known as the “Boy General,” he became General Emilio Aguinaldo’s confidante and right-hand man. Philippines People, Philippines Culture, Philippine Army, Philippine Mythology, President Of The Philippines, Filipino Culture, Filipino Art, Filipino Fashion, The Spanish American War

Gregorio del Pilar. Born November 14, 1875 Bulacan, Bulacan, Philippines Died December 2, 1899 (aged 24) Tirad Pass, Ilocos Sur, Philippines

Andrés Bonifacio photo from The Spanish-American War. Slideshow containing Andrés Bonifacio full-size image Emilio Jacinto, Emilio Aguinaldo, Jose Rizal, Filipino Fashion, The Spanish American War, 4k Wallpaper For Mobile, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos

Andres Bonifacio- Unang Pangulo ng Republika ng Pilipinas

Andrés Bonifacio y de Castro (November 30, 1863 – May 10, 1897) was a Filipino nationalist and revolutionary leader. He is often called “the Father of the Philippine Revolution”. He was…