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Not The Andres Bonifacio You Knew

From the time Philippine history was introduced as a subject, Katipunan’s Andres Bonifacio was portrayed as an uneducated, hot headed, and poor commoner who had enough of the Spanish abuse, reason why he went at arms with them (prematurely) in 1896. 696 more words

Kasaysayan

Liham ni Andres Bonifacio kay Gregoria De Jesus

1897 Mayo 1

Mahal kong Oryang,

Mali ka. Hindi kita nakasalubong upang sa dulo ng kalsada, ako ay liliko sa kanan at ikaw sa kaliwa. Sapagkat saan man tayo dalhin ng ating pakikibaka, ikaw lang ang aking itatangi at makailang ulit na ihaharap sa pulang bandila.

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Col. Agapito "Yntong" Bonzon, A Traitor or A Good Soldier?

Is he a traitor, like most of the men behind the death of Supremo Andres Bonifacio, or a very loyal soldier to his superiors that is willing to take every bullet in the name of camaraderie and respect to his commanding officer? 522 more words

Kasaysayan

A Letter From Andres Bonifacio to his wife, Gregoria.

“Kung ito na ang
huli kong liham
ayoko s’yang masayang
sa isang paalam…
sa isang paalam…

Dahil ako ay mabubuhay
sa’yong mga alaala
at sa puso mo, 638 more words

HE’S ORYANG’S TRUE LOVE

Gregoria de Jesus, or Oryang, was imprisoned by her parents in a house in Binondo. They were against her love for Andres Bonifacio because the man couldn’t make a living. 202 more words

Feel Trip

Bahay Nakpil-Bautista - November 2014

“Hoy Emilio, nasaan na ang mga buto?” Part II

“Hanggat pagibig ay panig sa atin, kumagat man ang dilim wag mangamba, dahil liwanag tayo ng isa’t isa” – Lakambini, Ebe Dancel 321 more words

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