Inocencio, Salve Regina S.
March 6, 2013
Presidents of the Philippine Republic
| Native Land
| Term of Office
| AKA/ Alias
| Greatest Achievement/ Legacy
| Cause of Death
| 1. Emilio Aguinaldo
| March 22, 1869
| Kawit, Cavite
| January 20, 1899–April 1,1901
| Heneral Miong
| * He was the youngest (at age 28) to have become the country's preside * The longest-lived former president (having survived to age 94)
| * Gained the freedom of the Philippines from the Spaniards. * The Philippines’ first President
| * The invasion of the Americans
| (February 6, 1964 )Coronary thrombosis
| * He is still a good president of the Philippines even though there are lots of controversies about him. He did his best to protect his people from the invaders.
| 2. Manuel L. Quezon
| August 19, 1878
| Baler, Aurora
| November 15, 1935-August 1, 1944
| * He is the president of the Commonwealth of the Philippines
| * Father of the National Language * He appears on the Philippine twenty peso bill
| (August 1, 1944)Tuberculosis
| * He did a great job to improve the economy.
| 3. Jose P. Laurel
| March 9, 1891
| Tanauan, Batangas
| December 4, 1942 – October 14, 1943
| * The puppet president of the Philippines. He was controlled by the Japanese in heading the country
| * He was selected, by the National Assembly, under vigorous Japanese influence, to serve as President.
| * He violated his Oath of Office and headed an illegal government of the Philippines.
| (November 6, 1959)Unspecified
| * I cannot say that Laurel is a good leader in the country because there are many wrong doings that he did. He was also been accused as a traitor.
| 4. Sergio Osmeña
| September 9, 1878
| Cebu City, Cebu
| August 1, 1944-May 28, 1946
| * The first Visayan to become President of the Philippines.
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