• Josip Broz Tito vs. Dr. Jose Rizal
    Tito; Tito’s Anti- German Tactics; Tito’s Revolutionary Government; and Tito’s Military Contributions He was not really into writing, especially those works of art that in the end bring about freedom to one’s country like those of Dr. Jose Rizal...
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  • Thesis
    Battle of Manila in February 1945 and was restored by the Intramuros Administration during 1980's. This days the fort is made into a museum which houses well preserved legacies of the Spanish Government, Jose Rizal (which is called the Plaza de Armas), Rizal Shrine, and the Prison dungeons for...
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  • rizal's life
    outstanding grades were his aims in studying. He didn’t want to disappoint his parents and family members back in Calamba. He also believed that through education, he could be able to save his country from total domination. Thus, he never settled for second place but he persevered for first place all the time. That’s one of Rizal’s characteristics that I’ve always admire. Amidst Jose Rizal’s outstanding honors, awards,...... ...
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  • Philippine Literature Part I
    Propaganda Movement (1872-1896) This movement was spearheaded mostly by the intellectual middle-class like Jose Rizal, Marcelo del Pilar; Graciano Lopez Jaena, Antonio Luna, Mariano Ponce, Jose Ma. Panganiban, and Pedro Paterno. The objectives of this movement were to seek reforms and changes like the...
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  • Rizal
    , have perpetuated the myths that Josephine was the legitimate daughter of Irish parents, James Bracken and Elizabeth Jane Macbride, and that she and Rizal were married shortly before Rizal’s execution by the Jesuit Fr. Vicente Balaguer. Scouring the archives of Hong Kong, Coates determined that...
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  • Rizcour
    | |Father Pastells, aside from his personal efforts to persuade  Rizal  to  discard his   "errors  of   | |religion'', instructed two Jesuits in Mindanao - Father Obach, cura of Dapitan and Father Jose Vilaclara, cura...
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  • Philippine Literature
    . A. The Propaganda Movement (1872-1896) This movement was spearheaded mostly by the intellectual middle-class like Jose Rizal, Marcelo del Pilar; Graciano Lopez Jaena, Antonio Luna, Mariano Ponce, Jose Ma. Panganiban, and Pedro Paterno. The objectives of this movement were to seek reforms and...
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  • Philippine Literature
    book, Jose Rizal courageously exposed the evils in the Spanish-run government in the Philippines. The Spaniards prohibited the reading of this novel but a lot of translation were able to enter stealthily in the country even if it means death to those caught in possession of them. The Noli Me Trangere...
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  • Philippine Literature
    ” – Rolando S. Tinio “NOW IS THE TIME FOR ALL GOOD MEN TO COME TO THE AID OF THEIR COUNTRY”  – Julian E. Dacanay “THE RENEGADE” – Elsa Martinez Coscolluela    WRITERS  DURING THIS PERIOD     Jose  F. Lacaba, in his  book DAYS OF DISQUIET, NIGHTS OF RAGE; THE FIRST QUARTERS STORM AND RELATED...
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  • Literary
    knowledge uncommon in those days. A romantic, gracious, and comely maiden, Rizal took a fancy to her, and for more than two years frequented her house without frankly revealing his feelings, perhaps out of respect to the memory of the absent Leonor." | 1883 August 22 | A La Señorita S. K. | Poem...
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  • Dr. Jose Protacio Rizal
    services are not needed; hence, they have rendered me inactive… I have always loved my unfortune motherland… Whatever be my fate, I shall die blessing her and wishing for the dawn of her redemption. Let these letters be published after my death. Jose Rizal" The next day, June 21...
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  • History
    cleric named Fray Botod who arrived looking like a hungry mosquito and soon became stout because of the stocks taken from the people. * 65. Jose Rizal• From Calamba, Laguna• 1882 – he studied medicine at Universidad Central de Madrid.• Noli Me Tangere (1887) was Rizals socio- historical novel...
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  • Komposisyon
    day, he was buried in unmarked grave at the Cementerio del Sub-Oeste of Barcelona. His death was followed on July 4 by Marcelo H. del Pilar and on December 30 of José Rizal by firing squad, thus ending the great triumvirate of propagandists. He died in poverty just shy of two and a half years before...
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  • Literature
    various newspaper. Some of his more famous poems were : “A Christ without the Cross,” “The Atheist,” “Jose Rizal,” “Christmas,” and “Moonlight on Manila Bay.” One of his earlier poems was “The Rural Maid.” Maramag was editor of the Tribune when he died on October 23, 1936. A veteran newspaperman, he...
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  • Wala Lang
    church.o A. The Propaganda Movement (1872-1896)o This movement was spearheaded mostly by the intellectual middle-class like Jose Rizal, Marcelo del Pilar; Graciano Lopez Jaena, Antonio Luna, Mariano Ponce, Jose Ma. Panganiban, and Pedro Paterno. The objectives of this movement were to seek reforms and...
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  • Narrative Report
    115th Death Anniversary of the foremost National Hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, at Fort Santiago, Rizal Park, Manila, December 30, 2011. Prof. Lapuz talked on "Rizal and the Meaning of his Life in the 21st century". * Prof. Jose David Lapuz was guest of Mayor Edward S. Hagedorn, Mayor of City Government of...
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  • Jose Rizal
    TEODORO A. AGONCILLO Member HORACIO DE LA COSTA, S. J. Member EMILIO AGUILAR CRUZ Member GODOFREDO L. ALCASID Ex-Oficio Member SERAFIN D. QUIASON Ex-Oficio Member FLORDELIZA K. MILITANTE Exccutive Director RAMON G. CONCEPCION Chief, Administrative Division JOSE C. DAYRIT...
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  • Jose rizal
    JOSE RIZAL Today, December 30 is the death day of Dr. Jose Rizal. The death of Jose Rizal came right after a kangaroo trial convicted him on all three charges of rebellion, sedition and conspiracy. He was guided to his cell in Fort Santiago where he spent his last 24 hours right after the...
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  • cane
    Concha (Concepcion), who was a year younger than him. He played with her and from her he learned the sweetness of sisterly love. Unfortunately, Concha died of sickness in 1865 when she was only 3yrs. old. Jose cried bitterly at losing her. The death of Concha brought him his first sorrow. Rizal...
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  • Eissej
    Rizal from his decision.   In his 31st birthday in Hong Kong, he had a premonition of his death and on the following day he wrote 2 letters which he sealed in each envelope "to be opened after my death" and gave it to his friend, Dr. Marques for safekeeping.   The first letter was addressed to...
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