March in Philippine History

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Educator Paz Marquez-Benitez who authored the first Filipino modern English-language short story Dead Stars was born in Lucena City Quezon on March 3 Jose Rizal, Islamic Society, Filipino Culture, Vintage Photos Women, Modern English, Historical Pictures, My Heritage, Women In History, English Language

Educator Paz Marquez-Benitez, who authored the first Filipino modern English-language short story Dead Stars, was born in Lucena City, Quezon on March 3, 1894.

On March Jose P. Laurel, president of the Japanese-sponsored Republic of the Philippines during World War II, from 1943 to was born in Tanauan, Batangas. Constitution Of The Philippines, President Of The Philippines, Philippines Outfit, University Of Santo Tomas, List Of Presidents, Filipino Fashion, Filipino Culture, Batangas, Autos

On March 9, 1891, Jose P. Laurel, president of the Japanese-sponsored Republic of the Philippines during World War II, from 1943 to 1945, was born in Tanauan, Batangas.

The Fort Santiago in On March Fort Santiago was declared National Shrine. Philippines Beaches, Philippines Travel, Bohol, Fort Santiago, Intramuros, Nostalgia, Walled City, Conquistador, Spain Travel

The Fort Santiago in 1880. On March 6, 1951, Fort Santiago was declared National Shrine.

On March Tomas A. Remigio, one of the finest playwright during American… March 7, Freemasonry, Playwright, Manila, Philippines, Period, Culture, History, American

On March 7, 1867, Tomas A. Remigio, one of the finest playwright during American Period, was born in Sampaloc, Manila. Remigio s best known work, Malaya, was considered of the of finest nationalist play written during American Period.

On March Alejandro G. Abadilla, regarded as Father of Modern Tagalog Poetry, was born in Rosario, Cavite. Tagalog, Book Illustrations, Pinoy, Filipino, Philippines, Literature, Poetry, Father, March

On March 10, 1906, Alejandro G. Abadilla, regarded as Father of Modern Tagalog Poetry, was born in Rosario, Cavite.

On March 4, 1879, Rosa Sevilla de Alvero, educator, writer, one of the notable suffragists who fought for Filipino womens right to vote, was born in Tondo, Manila. Interesting Photos, Cool Photos, President Of The Philippines, Filipiniana, Baguio, March 4, Environmental Science, Manila, Filipino

On March 4, 1879, Rosa Sevilla de Alvero, educator, writer, one of the notable suffragists who fought for Filipino womens right to vote, was born in Tondo, Manila.

March first successful test of Philippine made missile system lunched at Caballo island Navy News, Independence Day Parade, Ballistic Missile, Still Picture, Philippine News, March 12th, First Ever, See Videos, Military Weapons

On March 12, 1972, the first ever Philippine made rocket named "Bongbong I" was successfully launched at Caballo island near Corrigedor in the Manila Bay. The rocket was part of the Philippine Military experiment to produce its own ballistic missiles. Initiated by then President Ferdinand E. Marcos, it was researched and developed by a group of Filipino and German engineers and scientists and the Philippine Navy under Project Santa Barbara.

On March Francisca Reyes-Aquino, the country s pioneer researcher on traditional Philippine folk dances and music was born in Lolomboy, Bocaue, Bulacan. President Of The Philippines, March 9th, Folk Dance, Environmental Science, Chemistry, Traditional, History, Country, Music

March 9, 1899, Francisca Reyes-Aquino was born in Lolomboy, Bocaue, Bulacan

On March 9, 1899, Francisca Reyes-Aquino, the country's pioneer researcher on traditional Philippine folk dances and music was born in Lolomboy, Bocaue, Bulacan.

 Captain Jesus Villamor, commanding officer of the Pursuit Squadron, Philippine Army Air Corps, is pictured getting out of plane after returning from a flight to Batangas Field. The youth, who leads a daredevil squadron Philippine Army, Batangas, Korean War, Daredevil, Military History, Filipino, World War Ii, Wwii, Philippines

March 1943. Captain Jesus Villamor, commanding officer of the 6th Pursuit Squadron, Philippine Army Air Corps, is pictured getting out of plane after returning from a flight to Batangas Field. The youth, who leads a daredevil squadron of six Filipino pilots in erstwhile training planes who took on fifty-four Japanese air raiders over Batangas and shot down two, said he "got so mad" he forgot to be scared (Source US Library of Congress).

The Filipino people ratified in a nationwide plebiscite the parity amendment to the 1935 Constitution. Constitution Of The Philippines, March, Culture, History, Filipino, Concert, Books, Fictional Characters, Image

The parity amendment to 1935 Constitution was ratified March 11, 1947

The Filipino people ratified in a nationwide plebiscite the parity amendment to the 1935 Constitution.

Ferdinand Magellan sighted the eastern coast of Samar on March Travel Around The World, Around The Worlds, Unity In Diversity, Ferdinand, Samar, Philippines, Coast, Statue, Magellan

Ferdinand Magellan sighted the eastern coast of Samar on March 16, 1521.

On March Senate President Ferdinand Marcos, speaking before Dumaguete Rotary and Lions club members, announced he is seeking the Presidency. Ferdinand, Rotary, Lions, Philippines, Presidents, March, Club, History, Lion

Senate President Marcos announced he is seeking the Presidency March 2, 1964

On March 2, 1964, Senate President Ferdinand Marcos, speaking before Dumaguete Rotary and Lions club members, announced he is seeking the Presidency.

Maria Paz Mendoza Guazon was born in Pandacan, Manila on May 1884 Medical School, Public School, President Of The Philippines, High School Diploma, Filipina, Mendoza, Manila, History, March

Maria Paz Mendoza Guazon was born in Pandacan, Manila on May 10, 1884

Dra. Maria Paz Mendoza Guazon On May 10, 1884, Maria Paz Mendoza Guazon, the first woman to graduate from the first medical school in the country, the UP College of Medicine in 1912, was born in Pandacan, Manila as Maria Paz Mendoza. She attained many "firsts". She was the first Filipina to receive the high school diploma from a public school, the first Filipina appointed to fill a professor's chair at the University of the Philippines, the first woman member of the Board of Regents of the…

On March Ruperto Kangleon, a legend in the resistance movement during the Japanese occupation, was born to Braulio Kangleon and Flora Kadava in Macrohon, Leyte. Bataan Death March, War Medals, Leyte, Lieutenant General, Prisoners Of War, Us Army, My Father, My Dad, Philippines

On March 27, 1890, Ruperto Kangleon, a legend in the resistance movement during the Japanese occupation, was born to Braulio Kangleon and Flora Kadava in Macrohon, Leyte.

The Manila Tranvia If you have been in Hong Kong or San Francisco once, then you might have seen their own tranvias still running, enduring the test of time. Manila had a working and efficient tranvia. Uk Visa, Manila Philippines, Most Beautiful Cities, Southeast Asia, World War Ii, Old Photos, The Good Place, Places To Visit, Old Things

On March 14, 1903, the Manila Electric Company (Meralco), which supplies electric power to Metro Manila residents at present, was established. Originally named "Manila Electric Railroad and Light Company", it was the first power company given franchise to operate electric cars, called Tranvia, and provide electricity in Manila and surrounding areas.