Information Index in Philippine History

Topics: Philippines, Emilio Aguinaldo, Philippine Revolution Pages: 7 (1631 words) Published: January 20, 2013
Information Index


The Malolos Republic
The Issue on Religion
The Philippine Revolution
The Filipino-American Animosity
The Philippines under the American Rule The Revolution Continued with the Coming of the Americans

A Requirement for Midterm Period

Submitted to:
Mr. Rowel L. Otero

Submitted by:
Marc Andreo C. Malala BSN-3

Jan. 21,2012
Chapter 7
The Philippine Revolution

Andres Bonifacio
---known as the “Father of Philippine Revolution” who ordered his men to be alert and prepared for the expected assault of Spanish forces. Baldomero Aguinaldo
---he organized the Magdalo council of the Katipunan, when the revolution broke up, and became the president of the council joined by his cousin Emilio Aguinaldo. Camilio Polavieja

---a shrewd and aristocratic chief executive which he succeeded partially in driving away several rebels from various towns in Cavite. Candido Tirona
---he led the Magdalo at Cavite el Viejo, which took offensive against the Spanish garrison. Celetino Tejeiro
---a Spanish General who became one of the hostage of the rebels at Biak-na-Bato. Emilio Aguinaldo
---he arrived at Biak-na-Bato which he issued a series of proclamation informing the Filipinos about the various injustices that the Spanish authorities have committed and urging them to continue the revolution until freedom is regained. Fernando Primo de Rivera

---he immediately issued a proclamation that “the revolution is over”, even if he knew the Filipino people struggle for freedom continues. Francisco Makabulos
---a General of Tarlac who established the central Executive Committee,which was intended to be a provisional one until a general government of the Republic shall have been established again. Mariano Alvarez

---elected president of the Magdiwang council of the Katipunan in Cavite who helped in organizing and expanding the revolutionary movement in the said province. He also ordered the destruction of the Dalahican bridge to prevent the entry of the Spaniards, and led an ambush to stop them from crossing the Calero Bridge. Pedro Alejandro Paterno

--- appointed by the Spanish Governor-General sole mediator in the discussion of the terms of peace visited Biak-na-bato several times to negotiate terms of the Treaty.

Ramon Blanco
---the Governor-General who issued a decree declaring the provinces of Manila, Cavite, Batangas,Laguna,Bulacan,Pampanga,Tarlac, and Nueva Ecija,in a state of war.

Chapter 8
The Revolution Continued with the Coming of the Americans

Basilio Agustin
---the Spanish Governor-General of the Philippines who assured the Spanish that the war against the United States would be short and decisive. Commodore George Dewey
---he immediately sailed sailed to Manila to destroy the Spanish warships. He also blockaded Manila,the walled City (now Intramuros), to prevent thousands of Spaniards to escape. General Anderson
---he requested General Aguinaldo not to advance his troops during the fray,but he was decisive to participate in the attack of Manila. General Fermin Jaudenes
---he believed that it was hopeless in the face of a superior enemy of the Filipino rebels. General Green
---he assured General Aguinaldo that the evacuation at the bay side will be effected after they left the place. General Merritt
---he decided that the offensive against Manila be conducted along the bay side occupied by the Filipinos. Howard Bay
---an English man who had resided in the Philippines, acted as the intermediary during the Aguinaldo-Pratt interview. Spencer Pratt
---american consul...
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