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A Filipino being executed by garrote, a strangulation machine, in 1898. The garrote consisted of a brass collar with a back piece pushed forward by the impulse of a big screw working through a post. When the executioner turned the handle of the screw, the back piece in the collar pressed against the top of the condemned's spine, thereby snapping the spinal cord.

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Andrés Bonifacio,   Born	November 30, 1863  Tondo, Manila, Philippines  Died	May 10, 1897 (aged 33)  Maragondon, Cavite, Philippines

Andrés Bonifacio, Born November 30, 1863 Tondo, Manila, Philippines Died May 10, 1897 (aged 33) Maragondon, Cavite, Philippines

Apolinario Mabini: 8 Things You Never Knew About The Sublime Paralytic

Here are 8 interesting facts that prove Apolinario Mabini, despite his disability, was way more badass than we give him credit for

Apolinario Mabini y Maranan (July 23, 1864 — May 13, 1903) was a Filipino political philosopher and revolutionary who served as its first prime minister until May 1899. In Philippine history texts, he is often referred to as "the Sublime Paralytic", and as "the Brains of the Revolution." To his enemies and detractors, he is referred to as the "Dark Chamber of the President."

Apolinario Mabini y Maranan (July 23, 1864 — May 13, 1903) was a Filipino political philosopher and revolutionary who served as its first prime minister until May 1899. In Philippine history texts, he is often referred to as "the Sublime Paralytic", and as "the Brains of the Revolution." To his enemies and detractors, he is referred to as the "Dark Chamber of the President."

Andres Bonifacio

Andres Bonifacio

Marcelo H. del Pilar, founder of Diariong Tagalog (1882) and a prominent editor of La Solidaridad (1889), del Pilar was one of the more important propagandists. He was the de facto leader of the Filipino colony in Spain. A fierce critic of the government and of the friars even while in the Philippines, del Pilar had to go on exile in 1888 to distance himself from an arrest order for his political activities. He died on July 4, 1896, shortly after years of dedicated work in Spain towards…

Retrato: Filipinas Photo Collection

The Philippines: "Then and Now" Photos - Compiled Threads Pardon me if this site has been posted already...

On November 9, 1827, Teodora Morales Alonzo Realonda de Rizal y Quintos, the mother of Philippine national hero Jose Rizal, was born in Meisik, Tondo, Manila. She was known for being a disciplinarian as well as a dedicated, courteous and hard- working mother. As the young Rizal's first teacher, she had a profound influence on his development and was his inspiration in taking up medicine.

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(Teodora Alonzo) On November 9, 1827, Teodora Morales Alonzo Realonda de Rizal y Quintos, the mother of Philippine national hero Jose Rizal, was born in Meisik, Tondo, Manila. She was known for being a disciplinarian as well as a dedicated, courteous and hard- working mother. As the young Rizal's first teacher, she had a profound influence on his development and was his inspiration in taking up medicine. Teodora was the second child of Lorenzo Alonso and Brijida de Quintos. In accordance to…

Known as the “Mother of the Philippine Revolution,” Melchora Aquino or Tandang Sora, was born on Jan. 6, 1812, in Caloocan, Rizal.  When the revolution broke out in 1896, Aquino, at the age of 84, became a supporter of the Katipunan, providing them with rice and cattle for food.

In The Know: Melchora Aquino

Known as the “Mother of the Philippine Revolution,” Melchora Aquino or Tandang Sora, was born on Jan. 6, 1812, in Caloocan, Rizal.

Carlos V. Francisco, detail from Filipino Struggles Through History, 1964, Manila City Hall.

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Carlos V. Francisco, detail from Filipino Struggles Through History, 1964, Manila City Hall.

The three martyred Priests, Fathers Mariano Gomez, Jose Apolonio Burgos, and Jacinto Zamora, better known for the acronym GOMBURZA, were executed on February 17, 1872 by garrote by the Spaniards in Bagumbayan in connection with the 1872 Cavite Mutiny.

The GOMBURZA were executed February 17, 1872

(Fathers Mariano Gomez, Jose Apolonio Burgos, and Jacinto Zamora) On February 17, 1872, the three martyred Priests, Fathers Mariano Gomez, Jose Apolonio Burgos, and Jacinto Zamora, better known for the acronym GOMBURZA, were executed by garrote by the Spaniards in Bagumbayan in connection with the 1872 Cavite Mutiny.

The Philippines Genocide 3 million Filipinos Killed.  The Philippines Genocide is the genocide history forgot, you will find in history books the Filipino-American War of 1899-1902 but they fail to mention the genocide carried out by the United States of America on the people of the Philippines.

The Philippines Genocide 3 million Filipinos Killed by the USA

The most horrific event in Philippines history. The Philippines Genocide is the genocide history forgot, history books fail to mention the genocide.

Flags and symbols of the Katipunan - 3 #filipinotattoossymbols #filipinotattoosflag

Flags and symbols of the Katipunan - 3 #filipinotattoossymbols #filipinotattoosflag

Katipuneros, Filipino partizans

Katipuneros, Filipino partizans