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Emilio Aguinaldo

Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy (March 22, 1869 – February 6, 1964) was a Filipino general, politician, and independence leader.

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SOPH Alert: Read below replies regarding "SINCERE WORDS FROM VIO SALABIT." that was posted before: Engr. Nelson Ramirez: (2) The problem we have now is not an overnight thing. Most of the ay minana from previous administration and what we can do is to WORK HAND IN HAND for the benefit of the Filipino seafarers. Again I would say that words are CHEAP. I haven't heard of anything that VIO SALABIT made a significant contribution to the seafaring industry. "MINANA" is a very poor excuse. The administration of Dr. Maximo Mejia, inherited the outstanding performance of that administration in which MARINA received the Most Outstanding line agency of DOTC Award with 105 % performance which was handed by his classmate in U.S Naval Academy Sec. Joseph Emilio Aguinaldo Abaya to the former MARINA administrator. Meaning, before he took over, MARINA was in the pink of health. - REPLY OF "MARINA" TO ABOVE POSTING BY NELSON RAMIREZ: In other words, MARINA was in super great shape during the time of Nelson Suspender when ...
Emilio Aguinaldo (Front row, 2nd from left), attending a Christmas eve feast at Malate District, Manila. To his left is Gregorio Aglipay, Supreme Bishop of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente (Philippine Independent Church). Standing to his rear is Felipe Buencamino, a cabinet member during the First Philippine Republic. PHOTO was taken on Dec. 24, 1904.
The Iglesia Filipina Independiente was founded in 1902 by a former Roman Catholic priest from Ilocos Norte, Obispo Maximo Gregorio Aglipay and Obispo Maximo Isabelo de los Reyes. The first priests of what was later called Aglipayan Church were all former Roman Catholic priests who were disgruntled with the Spanish friars who often discriminated against the Filipino clergy by preventing their rise in the Roman Catholic hierarchy. The Filipino priests were moreover dismayed about friars grabbing land from poor farmers and the immoral conduct of friars who frequently sired children with Filipino women. Another contributing factor was the execution of priests, Padres Gomez, Burgos, and Zamora, who were suspected of fomenting revolutionary ideas amongst the Filipino people. The church's founding also coincided with the transition from Spanish to American rule and the rise of nationalism amongst Filipino revolutionaries. The Aglipayan Church rejected the divinity of Christ, the Holy Trinity, the celibacy of ...
What famous people were born in your city? — Emilio Aguinaldo! Boom!
While we are having a great adventure it suddenly appear on my eyes ♥. :) @ emilio aguinaldo…
AFP Airdrops Supply to Troops in Ayungin. Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City – About 9:15 today, the...
GREGORIO AGONCILLO MANSION- TAAL,BATANGAS Felipe Agoncillo,the First Filipino Diplomat also from Taal who married Marcela Mariño-Agoncillo of Taal as well,the seamstress of the Philippine Flag.He had a brother named Flaviano Agoncillo.His brother had a son named Gregorio and this was his house built sometime in the 1880s probably. Gregorio was a member of Emilio Aguinaldo's Council of War and also a co-founder of The Philippine National Bank (PNB) and The old Manila Hotel together with Uncle Leo Martinez's grandfather,Don Leon Martinez of Balayan,Batangas. Don Gregorio also once upon a time became President of the Batangas Sugar Association. He married a daughter of Don Eulalio Villavicencio and Doña Gliceria Marella Villavicencio whose houses and life story I featured here earlier.Her name is Mariquita Villavicencio.They had 2 daughters,one named Michaela who died early in 1924 at age 15 and another Corazon Villavicencio Agoncillo,thought to be the richest woman in Taal during her time. Don Gregorio ha ...
Spontaneous trip to the 1st president's house 💂 @ Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine, Kawit
More from "Dad" Salazar's trip to the Philippines! Gen. Emilio aguinaldo's welcome dinner for Dad Mike Salazar! It was a Boodlefight done the Aguinaldo way. A boodlefight is a dinner served on top of leaves eaten by hand without regard for rank or honor, representing the true brotherhood we enjoy as DeMolays! (Ed Comment: Maybe we should do this at Congress!)
FilOil: Jamon leads the way as Generals troop past Stags: The Emilio Aguinaldo...
Youth camp happening now at Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo high school 💕
At Cavite Provincial Capitol, at General Trias, from inquiring at TESDA with Emilio Aguinaldo murals…
Today on HD 20782 b: Philippine Declaration of Independence: General Emilio Aguinaldo declares the Philippines' independence from Spain
Why you keep on hiding? . @ Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine, Kawit Cavite
Ateneo's Team B also won earlier over Emilio Aguinaldo College in the Fr. Martin tournament, 82-66. Good day for Blue Ea…
PH-US Balikatan Exercises to start in May. Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City – The Armed Forces of the...
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CEU Scorpions shoot down Emilio Aguinaldo to make winning debut in preseason tourney via
CEU in their Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup debut is leading Emilio Aguinaldo College, 38-29 at the end of two periods.
At General emilio aguinaldo hospital for my brother followup check up..
“Who was the leader of the Filipino independence against Spain? Emilio Aguinaldo!
Get to know your Secretary of DOTC: Joseph Emilio Abaya Impressive Credentials (my own observation) Politician: Joseph Emilio "Jun" Aguinaldo Abaya (born May 28, 1966) is a Filipino politician, lawyer, and military officer. He is the incumbent Secretary of the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) of the Philippines. A member of the Liberal Party, he has been elected to three terms as a member of the Philippine House of Representatives, representing the 1st District of Cavite. He first won election to the House in 2004, and was re-elected in 2007. Early life[edit] Jun, as he is commonly called, is the great grandson of the first Philippine president, Emilio Aguinaldo, and the descendant of Isabelo Abaya, the revolutionary hero and founding father of Candon, Ilocos Sur. He is also the second son of the three-term Congressman Plaridel M. Abaya. Education[edit] Jun finished his elementary education at the De La Salle University in 1979. During his secondary schoolyears, he was a consistent . ...
THIS POST DOES NOT INCLUDE PRESIDENT NOYNOY AQUINO. Who are the 14 Presidents of the Philippines and their accomplishments? Emilio Aguinaldo (1869 - 1964) The president of the First Philippine Republic (1899). He started as a member of the Magdalo Chapter of the Katipunan in Cavite, then was elected president of the revolutionary government at the Tejeros Convention on March 22,1897, and, later, Biak-na-Bato Republic. He proclaimed Philippine Independence at Kawit on June 12, 1898. His capture foreshadowed the end of large-scale armed resistance to American rule. H Manuel L. Quezon (1878-1944) The first Filipino president of the Commonwealth of the Philippines under American rule. He was president of the Philippines from 1935 to 1944. For advocating Filipino-language amendments to the 1935 Constitution, he is known as the "Father of the National Language." Jose P. Laurel (1891 - 1939) President of the Second Republic from 1943 to 1945. He had been secretary of the interior (1923), senator (1925 - 1931), d ...
to all my graduating students, VI - Emilio Aguinaldo, VI - Gregorio del Pilar and IV - Isaac Newton; congratulation! tomorrow is your BIG DAY, so rejoice and be grateful for another milestone of your lives, another pages of your lives is about to close yet another chapter needed to be unfold... again congrats and Godbless, till we see each other again
50 years ago: Emilio Aguinaldo dead at 94 Aguinaldo in 1898 On February 4, 1964, Emilio Aguinaldo, the leader of the Filipino independence struggle against the Spanish Empire and the United States from 1896 to 1901, died at the age of 94 in Manila after a series of strokes. Aguinaldo was one of Asia’s first nationalist leaders who sought to break free of colonial domination. Born in 1869 to an elite family of mixed Chinese and Filipino background, Aguinaldo was educated at a Catholic school in Manila and joined the anti-colonial Katipunan in 1894. He soon emerged as the most prominent revolutionary in the struggle against the Spanish Empire in the Philippines, leading guerrilla soldiers in stunning victories over far better equipped soldiers. American imperialism saw the crumbling of what remained of the Spanish Empire in the Philippines and Cuba, where another rebellion had emerged, as a chance to catapult itself onto the stage of global power. It provoked and easily won a war with Spain, in the proces ...
Ah you will have to read my book on Apolinario Mabini and Andres Bonifacio and Emilio Aguinaldo later this year...
look who I bumped into at the library!! xD @ Aklatang Emilio Aguinaldo (AEA)
Emilio Aguinaldo, despite all praise he gets, killed the most heroic Filipino revolutionary hero & got duped by US then pledged his loyalty
"[...] We bring the women and the cars and the cards out." - Emilio Aguinaldo
Ancestral House of General Francisco Soliman Makabulos, in Lapaz, Tarlac (Hero of the Philippine Revolution of 1898 with General Emilio Aguinaldo). Said Ancestral House was not fully preserve.
ATTENTION: To all VOLLEYBALL players, PSL, UAAP, NCAA and others. Final schedule of open try-out for R.P. Womens Team in preparation for ASIAN Club Volleyball Championship slated in April 15-23, 2014 in Thailand. Schedules: January 16, 2014 (Thursday) 6:30 pm -10:00 pm in Emilio Aguinaldo College in United Nations Avenue in Manila January 19, 2014 (Sunday) 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm in University of Perpetual Help in Las Piñas City. Headed by Coach Sinfronio "Sam" Acaylar assisted by Rico de Guzman and Coach Macky and Kung Fu. This is under the supervision of PLDT Fiber and with the support of SCORE and PVF. Thank you. Kindly share this to your Volleyball players friends.
Tarlac was originally a part of the provinces of Pangasinan and Pampanga. It was the last Central Luzon province to be organized under the Spanish regime in 1874. During the Philippine Revolution of 1896, Tarlac was one of the first eight provinces to rise in arms against Spain. It became the new seat of the First Philippine Republic in March 1899 when Emilio Aguinaldo abandoned the former, Malolos, Bulacan. This lasted only for a month as the seat was moved to Nueva Ecija in Aguinaldo’s attempt to elude the pursuing Americans. On October 23, 1899, Gregorio Aglipay, military vicar general of the Revolutionary Forces, called the Filipino clergy to a conference in Paniqui. There, they drafted the constitution of the Philippine Independent Church. They called for the Filipinization of the clergy, which eventually led to a schism in the Roman Catholic Chuch in the Philippines. Tarlac was captured by American forces in November 1899. A civil government was established in the province in 1901. During the Worl ...
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Touchdown Trece Martires, Cavite. A statue of Emilio Aguinaldo at the capitol.
Emilio Aguinaldo College stayed in contention for the semifinals of the 89th NCAA women's volleyball as it downed...
Finalist from Emilio Aguinaldo College, Mr. Engelbert Fruto. Well costumed, very flexible, very talented! I can see that this gifted guy is a gem and will...
oo, that's how fast lapu lapu and emilio aguinaldo decides! And they are legandary! 👍
Watch "El Presidente" on DVD must see. Its about Emilio Aguinaldo and the First Philippine Republic... . Very nice history
Filipino leader Emilio Aguinaldo renounced the Treaty of Paris, which annexed the Philippines to the United States, on Jan. 10, 1899.
Cagayán de Misamis joined the government of Emilio Aguinaldo on Jan. 10, 1899, & celebrated its independence from Spain
Facts and Legal Basis: Federal Republic of Visayas (contn) That the 1898 Treaty of Paris must be rectified. This diplomatic "Faux Pas" that was officially consummated and became legal and internationally binding only on April 11, 1899 must be put on legal platform as the basis of the Visayan People to question the legitimacy of the authority of Manila Government over the Visayan. June 12,1898 - Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo proclaimed Philippine Independence from Spain in Kawit, Cavite but never won the war against Spain, as explained in the infamous betrayal - "Mock Battle of Manila" Nov 6 and Dec 23, 1898 - Spain formally surrendered to both ; the *** Republic that merged with the Federal Republic of Visayas based in Iloilo on Dec 2, 1898. That before the ascend of the Malolos Republic in Luzon in June 23, 1899, the Visayan contingents soon began establishing the Federal Republic of Visayas which initially comprised of the Cantonal Republics of Bohol and *** and revolutionary towns of Panay and Cebu ...
Thanks to having Aklatang Emilio Aguinaldo library catalog in our portal. Really saved my Thursday good life.
Gretchel Soltones moved up to third in the league’s scoring list as San Sebastian College-Recoletos downed Emilio...
Will be playing the role of Emilio Aguinaldo. Well well well 😂
January 7, 1901, Major General Arthur MacArthur Jr. Ordered the deportationn to the island of Guam a number of politicians and leaders of the revolution led by Filipino hero Apolinario Mabini. Mabini, the "Brain of the Revolution" who served as chief adviser of General Emilio Aguinaldo, was exiled for aiding and supporting the guerrilla war against the Americans and the cause of the Philippine Independence.
Soltones leads way as San Sebastian defeats Emilio Aguinaldo in NCAA volley
I will to locate the references. But actually mostly of them can be found in DLSUD Aklatang emilio Aguinaldo. Kudos!
DID YOU KNOW? Cebu is the first Philippine City. Maria Teresa Calderon - World champion speed reader as listed in the Guiness Book of World Records In the Philippines, Filipinos were introduced to the English language in 1762 by British invaders, not Americans. Philippines is the world's 3rd largest English-speaking nation, next to the USA and the UK. Coconuts - the Philippines is considered to be the largest producer of coconuts Gemma Cruz was the first Filipina to win an international beauty title - Miss International 1964. Dan Inosanto - from Mike Robandido - Pinoy who taught Bruce Lee how to use arnis de mano. The second oldest philippine printing press next to Manila can be found in Pila Laguna. The first book printed was named Vocabulario Delengua Tagala - the philippines first filipino - spanish dictionary which was printed in 1613, 25 years older than the first book printed in the United States. The Philippine Basketball Association is Asia's premier and the world's second oldest professional leag ...
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Hi Ms. Sandra, are you related to Emilio Aguinaldo? Our bakery started Quezon era in 1939, pugon baking up to now :)
Emilio Aguinaldo College Choir, where it all started.
..looks like it's gonna pour real hard,, hmm.. ^___^v (at Talaba Crossing Emilio Aguinaldo Highway) —
Aklatang Emilio Aguinaldo is open today from 8am-6pm. Good morning. :)
Kill senior Emilio aguinaldo for only 10pesos. Wth.
Emilio Aguinaldo issues on Jan. 5, 1899, manifesto protesting the United States' claim of sovereignty over the PHL as cited by Gen. Otis
I'm so happy I was able to drive on the Emilio Aguinaldo Highway!! 👌🚙🚗
General Emilio Aguinaldo On January 5, 1899, General Emilio Aguinaldo issued manifestos declaring his opposition to the "benovolent assimilation declaration" of US President McKinley. Aguinaldo declared that "I protest 1001 times with all the energy of my soul against such authority. I solemnly decl...
President Emilio Aguinaldo's carriage. (He's not my first president, though.)
To my ever dearest students: Thyme, Turmeric, Parsley, Marjoram, Mint, Nigella This vacation must not come to pass, without remembering my last words to all of you and that is to find the worth and value of why you are in school. As you ponder upon your resolutions, include this. Start the New Year right. Know your objectives why you are in school, and REALIZE IT, MAKE IT HAPPEN. Reviewer in AP 7 -Ayon sa Benevolent Assimilation ang mga Amerikano ay dumating sa Pilipinas bilang mga kaibigan. -Mahalaga ang Pambansang Asamblea sapagkat muling nagkaroon ng pakikilahok ang mga Pilipino sa pamahalaan. -Si William Mckinley ang pangulo ng Amerika nang sakupin nila ang Pilipinas. -Ang pangulo ng Pilipinas na unang mariing tumutol sa pananakop ng mga Amerikano ay si Emilio Aguinaldo. Ang pagkakapareho ng pamahalaang municipal noon at ngayon ay ang katawagan sa pinuno nito na alkalde. -Ang Batas Jones ang kauna-unahang batas na nagbibigay ng pangakong kalayaan sa Pilipinas kapag handa na ang bansa. -Hindi maaring b ...
Do you believe that Emilio Aguinaldo wasn't "really" the first Phil. president?
"Compilation of Philippine insurgent records. Contains telegraphic correspondence of Emilio Aguinaldo, July 15, 1898, to February 28, 1899, translated and annotated by John R. M. Taylor, Captain, 14th Infantry."
Drove around the village in motorcycle. Medyo badass. Next goal: drive along Emilio Aguinaldo Highway with all the buses:))
Philippine Constitutional Convention had elected Emilio Aguinaldo president on January 1, 1899, leading to his inauguration on January 23.
Good evening, GEANHS. I need atleast 5 admins for the our page, The Geanhs Files. Applicants must be internet literate, active, a bonafide student of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo National High School, Imus, Cavite and also they should be TRUSTWORTHY. :)) If you want to apply, please message me and attach a snapshot of your recent SCHOOL ID and/or your HS Diploma for alumni. :)) Thank you. :) PS: Knowledgeable/Having the potential skills about Adobe Photoshop (any versions) is a plus points :))
Emilio Aguinaldo Museum. Nice flag collections and brilliant artifacts!
College of St. Benilde got back on track after downing Emilio Aguinaldo College in five grueling sets, 23-15,...
Are you guys watching this great volleyball match between Emilio Aguinaldo College vs DLS-College of St Benilde?
At Emilio Aguinaldo's house with FBS group in Kawit, Cavite. :)
Daniel Tirona, Lazaro Macapagal, Emilio Aguinaldo & other traitors, your dark role in PH history will forever be remembered.
1st time ko actually. The one who portrayed Emilio Aguinaldo was my law school classmate. In fairness 👍👍👍
The guy who played the role of Emilio Aguinaldo. Omg omg omg 😍😍
Just found out that my great grandmother used to be Emilio Aguinaldo's kusinero!! 😦😦😦😦
My sister's still in the hospital due to Chikungunya... (@ Emilio Aguinaldo College Medical Center)
Teatro Porvenir: the BEST play I've watched so far! oh, the feels!! with Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo :))
Day 6—School. The yr after i graduated College, i went back to my alma mater, Emilio Aguinaldo College
Hi We're from we would like to invite General Emilio Aguinaldo College for DARE (cont)
Emilio and Hilaria Aguinaldo in Colegio San Agustin Biñan..Thank you all for the support you've…
For the second round concerning the use of stem-cell therapy, CEU Malolos reigns supreme over Emilio Aguinaldo College.
Visiting my sister who was diagnosed w/ Chikunguya ... (@ Emilio Aguinaldo College Medical Center)
Huge Selection of Helmets at Low Prices
After I read Julio Nakpil about assassinations of Andres Bonifacio & Antonio Luna, I found out that Emilio Aguinaldo is a CORRUPT HERO.
Organized policing started in 1500s when nightmen or bantayans patrolled the streets of Manila. The nightmen were under the direction of the alguacil mayor who provided them with muskets as weapons and alarm bells as their means of communication. In 1836, the Spanish colonial authorities formed the Cuadrillo, a rural police force, to enforce peace in the countryside. Six years later, its general function was assumed by the Cuerpo de Carabineros de Seguridad Publica. The Carabineros de Seguridad Publica was organized in 1712 for the purpose of carrying outlaws of the Spanish government. Native Filipinos served up to the rank of sergeant under the command of Spanish officers. It was the earlier version of mounted riflemen in the history of the Philippine police system. In 1852, the notoriously dreaded Guardia Civil took over peacekeeping duties in the islands under a Royal Decree. Guardia Civil in the provinces was composed mainly of Filipinos who worked under the jurisdiction of the alcaldes or mayors. The ...
Today in history: In 1899, Gregorio del Pilar mounted his last stand at Pasong Tirad, with around 60 men facing around 300 The battle raged for more than five hours, and nearly all of the Filipino forces were killed, including del Pilar. The Battle of Tirad Pass helped delay the Americans in their pursuit of Emilio Aguinaldo. Del Pilar was only twenty-four when he died. In honor of Del Pilar's heroism, the Philippine Military Academy was named Fort del Pilar and a historical marker was placed at the site of the battle.
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Found at the heart of Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City, is the 1,074-seater theater considered as one of the most sophisticated and fully equipped venues in the country today. Truly a HOME for the Filipino artist and talents that the country can offer…. THE BIG BLAST OFFICIAL VENUE...DEC. 14, 2013, 3 PM.AVAIL YOUR TICKETS NOW!!! THE BIG BLAST COUNTDOWN. 12 DAYS LEFT!!!
So you would know the truth! Andres Bonifacio simmered with rage and humiliation. The movement that he had created to oppose Spanish colonial rule in the Philippines had just voted (likely in a rigged election) to make his rival Emilio Aguinaldo president in his stead. Bonifacio was given the lowly consolation prize of an appointment as Secretary of the Interior in the revolutionary government. When this appointment was announced, however, delegate Daniel Tirona objected on the grounds that Bonifacio did not have a law degree (or any university diploma, for that matter). Incensed, the fiery rebel leader demanded an apology from Tirona. Instead, Daniel Tirona turned to leave the hall; Bonifacio pulled out a gun and tried to shoot him down, but General Artemio Ricarte y Garcia tackled the former president and saved Tirona's life. Who was this scrappy and hot-headed rebel leader, Andres Bonifacio? Why is his story still remembered today in the Republic of the Philippines? Bonifacio's Birth and Early Life: An ...
what is now commonly accepted: Andrés Bonifacio was executed by Emilio Aguinaldo
Emilio aguinaldo house at kawit cavite...Gala Gala Lang pag may time:-)
Usapang Bonifacio: Andres Bonifacio and the 1896 Revolution On 24 August 1896, Andres Bonifacio convened tha Kataastaasang Kapulungan or National Assembly of the Katipunan in Melchora Aquino�s barn in barrio Banlat, then part of Kalookan. Assembled were the members of the Kataastaasang Kapulungan (Supreme Council), as well as the pangulo (heads) of the sangunian (supra-municipal) and balangay (chapter) units. There they made three major decisions. First, they declared a nationwide armed revolution to win freedom from Spain. Second, they established a national government. And third, they elected officials who would lead the nation and the army. x Significance of 1896 Revolution In July 1892, Bonifacio founded the Katipunan which launched the first anticolonial revolution in Asia in August 1896. He formed the first national governments established by Aguinaldo from 1897 to 1899. The Katagalugan government carried over the symbols and teachings of the Katipunan, which the people accepted as the revoluti ...
Emilio Aguinaldo is actually a traitor and should never have been treated as a hero.
Mabini was born on July 22, 1864 in Barangay Talaga in Tanauan, Batangas.[1] He was the second of eight children of Dionisia Maranan, a vendor in the Tanauan market, and Inocencio Mabini, an unlettered peasant.[2] Mabini began informal studies under the guidance of Maestro Agustin Santiesteban III, who was his Mentor from Davao and his mother . Because he demonstrated uncommon intelligence, he was transferred to a regular school owned by Simplicio Avelino, where he worked as a houseboy, and also took odd jobs from a local tailor - all in exchange for free board and lodging. He later transferred to a school conducted by the Fray Valerio Malabanan, whose fame as an educator merited a mention in José Rizal's novel El Filibusterismo.[1][2] In 1881 Mabini received a scholarship to go to the Colegio de San Juan de Letran in Manila. An anecdote about his stay there says that a professor there decided to pick on him because his shabby clothing clearly showed he was poor. Mabini amazed the professor by answering ...
San Andres B. is the lone theater production about Andres Bonifacio that doesn't have an Emilio Aguinaldo character. Whoa!
History of Philippine Money Philippine money–multi-colored threads woven into the fabric of our social, political and economic life. From its early bead-like form to the paper notes and coins that we know today, our money has been a constant reminder of our journey through centuries as a people relating with one another and with other peoples of the world. Pre-Hispanic EraTrade among the early Filipinos and with traders from the neighboring islands was conducted through barter. The inconvenience of barter later led to the use of some objects as medium of exchange. Gold, which was plentiful in many parts of the islands, invariably found its way into these objects that included the piloncitos, small bead-likeb gold bits considered by the local numismatists as the earliest coin of the ancient Filipinos, and gold barter rings. Spanish Era (1521-1897) Three hundred years of Spanish rule left many indelible imprints on Philippine numismatics. At the end of the Spanish regime, Philippine money was a multiplici ...
Our Topic for Dec. 1, 2013 is Emilio Aguinaldo: the 1st President of the 1st Republic of the Philippines and leader of Magdalo faction of Katipunan that saw the downfall of the Spaniards and the colonization of the Philippines by USA. If you want to know more, watch the movie El Presidente in this website
A tour at the house of Emilio Aguinaldo.
Emilio Aguinaldo died on Feb 6, 1964 at the age of 95 and 67 years after the despicable act of ordering the...
We treated Andres Bonifacio as one of our heroes today but way back to the times that he was alive, we Filipinos, killed him and let Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo paved the way. - Just a thought that I wanna share
One of the real Filipino heroes, a die hard Filipino. Bonifacio's trial was unjust. Don't forget he was executed by Emilio Aguinaldo. Andres Bonifacio is the real first president of the Philippines. José Rizal is generally considered the National hero, but Bonifacio has been suggested as a more worthy candidate on the grounds of having started the Philippine Revolution. Now, I rarely see die hard Filipinos, I see materialistic oriented Filipinos ashamed of its own culture with severe colonial mentality.
This is a day late, but let me render my salutes to Andres Bonifacio. Here's my question though: who else could not recall being told, much less asked during exams, in our history classes in elementary and high school that General Emilio Aguinaldo ordered the execution (more like assassination) of Bonifacio? If I am the only student in both levels who slept in history classes back then (and graduated with honours in both levels at the same time), then I'd be very relieved and happy. But in case I'm not alone, I'd like to know as well. The sense of betrayal I felt about this lone fact in history upon learning about it in college was so profound I could not possibly keep quiet about it for the rest of my life.
ENLIGHTENING THE MINDS OF EVERY FILIPINO IN A MISCONCEPTION BELIEFS. Pwede Pong Gawing Philippines National Hero Si Andres Bonifacio Pagkat Hindi Pa Po Opisyal Na National Hero Si Jose Rizal. I compiled this facts to ease the recent debates in social media's regarding the issue in making Andres Bonifacio as our national hero and fearing that Jose Rizal will be wipe out in the podium. Philippine Definition of National Hero A national hero of the Philippines is a Filipino who has been recognized as a hero for his or her role in the history of the country. Loosely, the term may refer to all Filipino historical figures recognized as heroes, but the term more strictly refers to those officially designated as such. In 1995 the Philippine National Heroes Committee officially recommended several people for the designation, but this was not acted upon. Currently, no one has ever been officially recognized as a Philippine national hero. The reformist writer Jose Rizal, today generally considered the greatest Filipi ...
Off 2 field trip with my Mommy at Gardenia,Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine,Rizal Park And Star City today.
I'm going to be like Emilio Aguinaldo
Charm Radio update: SIXTEENTH CONGRESS First Regular Session HOUSE BILL No. 3431 Introduced by BAYAN MUNA Reps. Neri J. Colmenares and Carlos Isagani Zarate AN ACT DECLARING Andres Bonifacio AS THE NATIONAL HERO EXPLANATORY NOTE In a time when the nation is challenged by foreign intervention, whether by force or by deceit, the need for a national symbol that would represent patriotism, nationalism and the resolve to fight against any foreign intervention and control becomes a vital element in nation-building. However, there has never been a legislation declaring a national hero. Instead there was only a number of proclamations that gave recognition and honor to a few historical figures for their contribution to society. The most famous of whom are Jose Rizal and Andres Bonifacio. A Decree issued by Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo on December 20, 1898, declared December 30 of every year a day of national mourning in honor of Dr. Jose Rizal and other victims of the Philippine Revolution. The Taft Commission, the leg ...
Alliance-Philippines Solidarity Statement November 30, 2013 To the KMB’s 14th year Anniversary and the 150th Bonifacio Day Celebrations MABUHAY! The Alliance-Philippines, an alliance of progressive people’s organization in the Filipino American community in the United States greets you with the most militant greetings on your anniversary and celebrations of the 150th birthday of Andres Bonifacio, the Great Plebbian and founder of the Katipunan. The Kabataang maka-Bayan Pro People Youth was one of the first organization to come forwards to be one of the founders of the Alliance-Philippines in 2005. It was an organization born out of struggles and great contradiction in its founding in 1999 and its consolidation in 2005. KmB carried the correct line during the struggle against the extreme left errors in the 1990’s and brought the US movement into the right path into the 2000’s and again stood with the Alliance to stand for what is right for our community. Today, as you commemorate your founding ...
Dominggo, 01.12.2013, 5:14 AM... Just my kind of hero. The supremo 11:16 pm | Friday, November 29th, 2013 He was a man of paradox: In today’s terms, he would be called an out-of-school youth turned upwardly mobile worker; an orphan with a telenovela background who died a tragic, ultimately triumphant death; a social pro who created a secret society; a hero-worshipping autodidact who himself became a hero, and inspired other heroes. That secret society, of course, was the Kataastaasan, Kagalanggalang na Katipunan ng Mga Anak ng Bayan, the revolutionary organization we all know as the Katipunan or the KKK. And its chief leader was Andres Bonifacio, whose 150th birth anniversary we commemorate today. It is only the plain truth to say that, without Bonifacio, the Philippines would be an entirely different nation. The Philippine Revolution of 1896 is the primary and formative experience of Philippine nationhood, and that revolution was principally Bonifacio’s doing. It was not Bonifacio’s project alone; ...
Give Andres Bonifacio the honor of being the first President of the Republic of the Philippines*. . *Emilio Aguinaldo killed him for it
Random fact: Did you know that Andres Bonifacio was assassinated by Emilio Aguinaldo's army? Under Gen. Aguinaldo's authority nonetheless
Ferdie Gaite of Courage likens Aquino to Emilio Aguinaldo, whom, he said, betrayed the interest of the Filipino masses.
was supposed to be the 1st President of the Philippines but Emilio Aguinaldo took over the Philippine Revolution from him.
nope! Iam not a Historian but since grade school its written that Emilio Aguinaldo is the First President of the Phil.
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Do you think that Andres Bonifacio was the 1st President of the Philippines not Emilio Aguinaldo?
our view from the 7th floor theatre of Emilio Aguinaldo College... On standby for our opening of…
Photo: Last TDR for LITTLE E, an original children’s musical! (at Emilio Aguinaldo College)
Last TDR for LITTLE E, an original children's musical! @ Emilio Aguinaldo College
at AKLATANG EMILIO AGUINALDO having a seminar about IEEE e-books :D
HOT ISSUE: Andres Bonifacio must be considered the FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES and not Emilio Aguinaldo.
What was the most interesting place you have ever visited? — Emilio Aguinaldo's House :D
If you could go back in history, who would you like to meet? — umm. emilio aguinaldo?
Off to Emilio Aguinaldo College in Manila to set up, focus and rehearse for this weekend's production of Little...
San Sebastian College and Emilio Aguinaldo College handily beat separate foes in the NCAA Season 89 women’s...
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Seeking assistance. The DLSAA Cebu Chapter is in need of tarps. Through the kindness of Emilio Aguinaldo College-Rotary and RJ Ledesma, I was able to get big tarps. This will be used for temporary housing in the refugee centers in Cebu. I need help in getting them shipped. They are quite heavy. Anybody who can please refer me to someone who can help, please pm me.
Philippine History in Primary was like: Dr. Jose Rizal is the national hero. Secondary: Emilio Aguinaldo and others comes to play.
Emilio Aguinaldo (1869-1964) was the first and youngest president of the Philippines. In addition to that, he was also a noted general who played a key role in the country’s revolt against its Spanish rulers as well as fighting against the occupation by the United States. His military abilities saw him featured heavily in the Philippine-American War that eventually led to the country’s independence. His time in power remains controversial as he was both a renowned freedom fighter and a dictatorial leader. Early Life Aguinaldo was born on March 22, 1868, in Cavite, the second-youngest of eight children. His family was wealthy and influential; his father held a mayoral post. The young boy was given a good education, but his father’s death in 1883 forced him to drop out of high school before he finished. From then onward, he was employed by his mother in running the family’s farms. He entered politics in January 1895, becoming “capitan municipal” in Cavite. In 1894, Aguinaldo was inducted by fell ...
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To all of our relatives and friends, it is with deep sadness to inform you that my dad, Teodoro B. Runes, PMA class 71, has gone home to heaven to join our creator. His wake will be at Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo Mortuary (behind St. Ignatius chapel) starting today. A mass will be held at 7pm. Further details will be announced later.
Philippine historians may hate but in my book, Emilio Aguinaldo ***
The year is 1920 and the country, swept by the inevitable currents of the time and led by a new generation of young leaders, has forged a new system of governance patterned after the American style of democracy. There is a civil government, led by an American Governor-general occupying Malacañang with young Filipino pensionados with cabinet rank occupying the 2nd levels of administration. The Philippine Assembly of 1907 has been replaced by a bicameral Philippine Legislature with Manuel L. Quezon as President of the Senate, and Speaker Sergio Osmeña in the House of Representatives. Chief Justice Victorino Mapa is demonstrating that the country is on its way to self-government. The last decades of the 19th century witnessed the decline of Spanish power brought about by friar misrule, the rise of Filipino nationalism sparked by the Propaganda Movement of Filipino expatriates in Spain led by Jose Rizal and Marcelo H. del Pilar. Del Pilar died in Spain on July 4, 1896 while Rizal was executed in Bagumbayan ...
Nicanor Abelardo (February 7, 1893 – March 21, 1934) was a Filipino composer known for his Kundiman songs, especially before the Second World War. • Born: February 7, 1893, San Miguel, Bulacan • Died: March 21, 1934 • Parents: Placida Sta. Ana, Valentine Abelardo • Movies: Mutya Ng Pasig Life Nicanor Abelardo was born in' San Miguel de Mayumo, Bulacan. His mother belonged to a family of artists in Guagua', the Hensons. He was introduced to music when he was five years old, when his father taught him the solfeggio and the banduria. At the age of 8, he was able to compose his estoryahe first work, a waltz entitled "Ang Unang Buko," which was dedicated to his grandmother. At the age of 13, he was already playing at saloons and cabarets in Manila. At age 15, he was already teaching in barrio schools in San Ildefonso and San Miguel Bulacan. All of these happened even before young Abelardo finally took up courses under Guy F. Harrison and Robert Schofield at the UP Conservatory of Music in 1916. B ...
emilio aguinaldo sold the Philippines ... tsk tsk tsk ..
Wow. I like production. It's not perfect. It has its flaws but overall it's very good. Almost accurate, historically, which is the most important. They did not overuse old Tagalog compared to their fantasy teleserye titles. They stayed away from the Filipino production technique where a scene gets longer than usual because of unnecessary silent and staring contests. They also stayed away from constant and always confusing scene changes, which usually also meant a story not related to the series (a series within a series) - Filipino style. This is how you do movie. This is how you create a TV series. I can only hope they stick to the correct format after this TV movie. Good job Katipunan production. Just don't forget, the "8 provinces" is a joke of Emilio Aguinaldo. Don't forget, Andres Bonifacio agreed with Visayas and Mindanao governments to create a Federal Philippines. Portray that, then kayo na.
Upsilon Sigma Phi and Stop Hunger Now organized a meal-packing event on October 22. One hundred twenty thousand (120,000) dehydrated meals were packaged by about 450 volunteers for the victims of Yolanda in Visayas. The event was made possible through the help of the USC Health and Service Committee, UP Young Empowered Advocates towards Responsive Nursing (YEARN), Central Colleges of the Philippines, Emilio Aguinaldo College - School of Pharmacy, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Philippine Red Cross, Rotary International District 3820 and the Peace Corps.
I really enjoy our field trip!!!. We went to house of emilio aguinaldo. Intramuros. Gsis museum. And STAR CITY!!
Emilio aguinaldo or niall horan 99.9% of people get this wrong
Reading Emilio Aguinaldo's "Appeal to the American people" will bring any moral human to tears. The atrocities we put those people through.
Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Aguinaldo & Jacinto actors is pretty HANDSOME!!! they're great actors and singers I LOVE THEMM!!
UE Red Warriors, CEU Scorpions,TIP Engineers,La Consolacion,St.Francis at Emilio Aguinaldo maglalaban for that league.
re: operation salubong. Registered and walk in volunteers welcome to help at camp emilio aguinaldo.
From Carlos P. Romulo's I Am A Filipino: I am a Filipino. In my blood runs the immortal seed of heroes - seed that flowered down the centuries in deeds of courage and defiance. In my veins yet pulses the same hot blood that sent Lapulapu to battle against the alien foe that drove Diego Silang and Dagohoy into rebellion against the foreign oppressor. That seed is immortal. It is the self-same seed that flowered in the heart of Jose Rizal that morning in Bagumbayan when a volley of shots put an end to all that was mortal of him and made his spirit deathless forever; the same that flowered in the hearts of Bonifacio in Balintawak, of Gergorio del Pilar at Tirad Pass, of Antonio Luna at Calumpit; that bloomed in flowers of frustration in the sad heart of Emilio Aguinaldo at Palanan, and yet burst fourth royally again in the proud heart of Manuel L. Quezon when he stood at last on the threshold of ancient Malacañang Palace, in the symbolic act of possession and racial vindication. At the vanguard of progress ...
Ang daming gagawin but I can do this! Fight! (@ Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo)
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We had new customer, Gerard Madrid bought some candies to me at RAJC STORE, Emilio Aguinaldo College UN MANILA
BENEVOLENT ASSIMILATION This article is about a U.S. Presidential proclamation concerning the Philippines. For 1982 book, see Benevolent Assimilation (book). The term Benevolent Assimilation refers to a proclamation that is about the Philippines issued on December 21, 1898 by U.S. President William McKinley during the Philippine-American War, which followed the defeat of Spain during the Spanish-American War. The proclamation reads in part: Finally, it should be the earnest wish and paramount aim of the military administration to win the confidence, respect, and affection of the inhabitants of the Philippines by assuring them in every possible way that full measure of individual rights and liberties which is the heritage of free peoples, and by proving to them that the mission of the United States is one of benevolent assimilation substituting the mild sway of justice and right for arbitrary rule.[1] The proclamation was sent to General Elwell Otis, U.S. military commander in the Philippines. Otis sent Em ...
Yolanda's effects being felt in the office... (@ Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo)
History: On November 14, 1875, Gregorio Del Pilar, one of the youngest generals during the 1896 Philippine Revolution against Spain, was born in Bulacan, Bulacan. Popularly known as the “Boy General,” he became General Emilio Aguinaldo’s confidante and right-hand man. Also casually known as "Goyo," he came from a poor family and had to peddle rice cakes and even served as "houseboy" for his aunt until he finished his Bachelor’s degree course from Ateneo de Manila University at age 20. At that time, his uncle, Marcelo H. Del Pilar, was exiled to Guam for his involvement in the 1872 Cavite Mutiny. When he was 13 years old, Goyo became a messenger for another uncle, Deodato Arellano, who took the responsibility of distributing propaganda materials to the different societies after the elder Del Pilar left the country. At age 21, Goyo joined the Philippine Revolutionary Forces against the Spanish rule in August 1896 under the leadership of Andres Bonifacio, as a field commander fighting Spanish garriso ...
The Philippines, an American colony from 1898 to 1946 In 1898, the United States took advantage of the struggles for independence in Spanish colonies to enlarge American political, economic, and moral influence. Ironically, Spanish and American interests were very similar. The Philippines, under Andres Bonifacio and Emilio Aguinaldo, had already begun a revolution against Spain, which had controlled the Islands as a colony, administered from Manila through Mexico from 1565 to 1821, when New Spain became independent of Spain. Events moved quickly in 1898. After the sinking of the "Maine" at Havana harbor, the United States declared war in April. In May, Commodore George Dewey destroyed the Spanish fleet in Manila Bay and the U.S. returned Aguinaldo from exile in Hong Kong. Both men thought that U.S. policy promised independence for the Philippines. In June, Philippine Revolutionaries declared independence, but U.S. troops occupied Manila in August. In December, Spain signed the Treaty of Paris ending the S ...
Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City – Military Engineers together with the Philippine Army’s 1st Special Forces Battalion have already begun their road clearing operations in Tacloban to open up major supply routes and allow for the faster delivery of goods and aid to victims of Typhoon Yolanda. The troops arrived in Tacloban in two batches last Monday and yesterday. Their mission is to aid existing troops in their Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response (HADR) operations as well as to provide assistance in road clearing operations, support on-going evacuations, and assist efforts to restore peace and order in typhoon-stricken areas. The military is expecting more responders coming from the Philippine Army in the coming days.    Meanwhile, the 11 M35 trucks from the Army are expected to arrive later today in Tacloban to assist in the transport requirements from the two current major supply drop-off points in Tacloban and Guiuan. Aside from Tacloban Airport, the Guiuan Air Strip in Sama ...
The Red Cross Emilio Aguinaldo College chapter asks for our help. They are collecting no-cook foods such as BISCUITS. You may turn-over your donation to the Nursing department located at building 5.
Constitution of the Philippines The Constitution of the Philippines (Filipino: Saligang Batas ng Pilipinas), popularly known as the 1987 Constitution, is the constitution or the supreme law of the Republic of the Philippines. It was enacted in 1987, during the administration of President Corazon C. Aquino.[1] Philippine constitutional law experts recognise three other previous constitutions as having effectively governed the country — the 1935 Commonwealth Constitution, the 1973 Constitution, and the 1986 Freedom Constitution.[2][3] Two further constitutions were drafted and adopted during two short-lived war-time governments, by the revolutionary forces during the Philippine Revolution with Emilio Aguinaldo as President and by the occupation forces during the Japanese Occupation of the Philippines during World War II with José P. Laurel as President. Background of the 1987 Constitution In 1986, following the People Power Revolution which ousted Ferdinand E. Marcos as President, and following on her ow ...
November 13, In Philippine History . 1899 - Emilio Aguinaldo, President of the fledgling Philippine Republic,...
Tuesday, November 12, 2013 NEARLY 2,000 people have been killed in the wake of Typhoon Yolanda (international name: Haiyan), the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reported Tuesday. As of 6 a.m. Tuesday, official death toll climbed to 1,774. Around 1,600 of the casualties are from Eastern Visayas, the typhoon's worst-hit area. Following a closed-door meeting at the NDRRMC headquarters at Camp Emilio Aguinaldo in Quezon City, Health Secretary Enrique Ona said that an initial 800 cadaver bags were already delivered to Tacloban City in Leyte. Additional 1,000 pieces of cadaver bags will be brought in the city by Tuesday, he added. Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Chairman Francis Tolentino said the agency will send a 200-man team composed of engineers and workers to assist the personnel of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) in the ongoing clearing operations in Tacloban City and Ormoc City. Meanwhile, Secretary to the Cabinet Jose Rene Almendras said tha ...
PINSP DANNY R. CABOTAGE, PCP Commander of Brgy. San Roque, Cubao, Quezon City, conducted lectures on R.A. 5487 " The Private Security Agency Law" to the students of Emilio Aguinaldo High School as part of their K-12 program.
History: On November 12, 1899, at war council held at Bayambang, Pangasinan, which was attended by General Emilio Aguinaldo and many of the Filipino military leaders, a resolution was adopted to the effect that the Army were incapable of further resistance in the field, and as a consequence, it was decided to disband the army, the generals and their men to return to their own provinces, with a view to organizing the people for general resistance by means of guerrilla warfare. Accordingly, the uniformed battalions and regiments broke up into small bands which maintained a most persistent guerrilla for years thereafter. During those years Filipino soldiers seldom wear uniforms, disappearing as non-combatant peasants interrupted in agricultural pursuits, with invariable protestations of friendship. Hence all such came to be known as amigos, and the word amigo a by-word, meaning an American soldier, an enemy falsely claiming to be a friend. The following day, on November 13, 1899, Emilio Aguinaldo's retreat t ...
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*note to self*. emilio aguinaldo-badass spanish leader; against imperialism and the annexation of the Philippines; perfect match for esqualda
Jgh from Emilio Aguinaldo College for Kuya's compet and McKinley Hill :) Night swimming :)
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attending a baptism at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Kawit, Cavite; where Emilio Aguinaldo, the first…
Here at Bayview hotel from tagaytay and lunch at Leslie. :) and a stop over at Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine lastly drop by Robinson's.
Taken this morning in Kawit Cavite.. Do you see Emilio Aguinaldo's house in the background?
ENGG: Classes in Emilio Aguinaldo College Cavite are suspended on Nov 9 (Saturday). This is a FREE msg.
should i feel bad bc i am a caviteña and yet i havent been to emilio aguinaldo's house in kawit cavite lol
Who am I kidding, there is a separate mayor for Emilio Aguinaldo College - Manila. :)
As of 7:30 am. There is NO suspension of classes at Emilio Aguinaldo College - Manila. Be safe on your way to school.
Emilio Aguinaldo should have been our national hero.
Gen. Lloyd Wheaton lands on Lingayen beach on Nov. 7, 1899, to cut off the retreat of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo
Gazmin ready to vacate post - Department of National Defense (DND) Secretary Voltaire Gazmin is ready to vacate his post. "Ako ay nakahandang umalis naman kung mawala na yung tiwala ng pangulo [I am ready to go if the president's trust is already gone]," Gazmin told reporters at Camp Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Tuesday. "I serve at the pleasure of the president, []
August 22, 2013, Rosario, Cavite - Rotaract Clubs from Manila Area donated 75 packs of relief goods for distribution to affected areas in Cavite. The goods were delivered at RC CEPZ Rotary Center by members of President Arrianne Neri Rotaract Club of Emilio Aguinaldo College, President Tiffany Suniga from Rotaract Club of San Marcelino Manila, President Webster Soberano with two of his members from Rotaract Club of Philippine College of Criminology.
Acc. to historians, Antonio Luna would suffer a similar fate as Andres he would also be killed upon orders of Emilio Aguinaldo
Bayambang town gears up for quadricentennial celeb By Venus May H. Sarmiento BAYAMBANG, PANGASINAN, Oct. 29 (PIA) –This former seat of the fifth Capital of the Philippine Revolutionary Republic is gearing up for its quadri-centennial celebration on April 5 or 400 years after it was first constituted as a town. Dr. Leticia Ursua, chair of the information dissemination committee, said the town will unveil a 7.2-foot bronze statue of war hero President Emilio Aguinaldo onNovember 12 to recognize his contribution to Bayambang. “(The statue) will be unveiled on November 12 in recognition of his declaration of Bayambang as the fifth capital of the Philippine Revolutionary Republic on November 12, 1899,” Ursua said. Now a first-class town, it was in Bayambang where Aguinaldo disbanded the Philippine Revolutionary forces and replaced them with guerilla type military tactics against the American forces who were then pursuing him, she added. Mayor Ricardo Camacho announced that national and local officials .. ...
MORO REBELLION From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the Moro–American conflict. For the earlier conflict, see Spanish–Moro conflict. For the present-day conflict, see Islamic insurgency in the Philippines. This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. This article has an unclear citation style. The references used may be made clearer with a different or consistent style of citation, footnoting, or external linking. (June 2011) This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2012) Moro Rebellion Part of Philippine-American War Aftermath of the First Battle of Bud Dajo. Date 1899–1913 Location Philippines Result United States victory. Belligerents Moro Remnants of the Sulu Sultanate United States Philippine Constabulary Casualties and losses 10,000–20,000 kill ...
"Emilio. Aguinaldo College Generals can bag. a seat in the Final Four if San. Beda's won games are forfeited. because of the case."
Last night at United Nations birthday party!!! as Emilio Aguinaldo,…
Gat Andres Bonifacio at Emilio Aguinaldo. Unang sagupaan sa Politika ng Pilipinas na ikinasawi ni Bonifacio dahil pinatay ng kapwa Pilipino. More than 100 years of power struggle with bloodshed in the Philippine Politics. Our Politics now has not without its roots. It has from the birth of the Republic. More than 100 years of corruption.
PAMANA 1315 General Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay City, Cavite, Philippines Phone: +63(46)4132461 Pamana has a very unique ambiance. The Elevate team enjoyed most is their family sized bulalo, perfect for the cold weather in Tagaytay. They have nice Filipino antiques displayed also in the resta...
"Thank you! Great to see you guys yesterday! Much fun! :) and OT Society of Emilio Aguinaldo College"
Thanks. Can I have the contact number of Globe Telecom in The District Ayala Mall along Emilio Aguinaldo Hway?
it's that time of year again when we start learning about Emilio Aguinaldo and everyone asks me if I'm related to him
The dwindling number of veterans of the Philippine Revolution, headed by Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, president of the First Philippine Republic, joined the parade garbed in their own rayadillo uniform. The aging veterans received a prolonged respectful ovation. They stopped in front of the main grandstand, then made their way to the Presidential box where General Aguinaldo made a presentation of the historic PHL flag which was unfurled in Kawit, Cavite, during the proclamation of Philippine liberty from Spain.Courtesy of Presidential Museum and Library
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Me as Emilio Aguinaldo in UN bday bash! "
Emilio aguinaldo house in kawit cavite
Visit to the house of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo @ Kawit, Cavite and St. Mary Magdalene Church ... 10/26-27/13
I AM A FILIPINO By Carlos P. Romulo I am a Filipino - inheritor of a glorious past, hostage to the uncertain future. As such I must prove equal to a two-fold task- the task of meeting my responsibility to the past, and the task of performing my obligation to the future. I sprung from a hardy race - child of many generations removed of ancient Malayan pioneers. Across the centuries, the memory comes rushing back to me: of brown-skinned men putting out to sea in ships that were as frail as their hearts were stout. Over the sea I see them come, borne upon the billowing wave and the whistling wind, carried upon the mighty swell of hope- hope in the free abundance of new land that was to be their home and their children's forever. This is the land they sought and found. Every inch of shore that their eyes first set upon, every hill and mountain that beckoned to them with a green and purple invitation, every mile of rolling plain that their view encompassed, every river and lake that promise a plentiful living ...
Emilio Aguinaldo statue at biak na bato!!
If there was one thing that you could change in the p... — I'd stop Emilio Aguinaldo from executing Andres Bonif...
with regards to OT programs, Emilio Aguinaldo College of Manila ranks next to UST
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one of the turning point in my life, the debate with our history teacher/grade 5 adviser MRS FELICITAS LIM (seen on the picture). The topic "General Emilio Aguinaldo ordered to kill Andres Bonifacio", Guys when i was in Grade 5 i was translating the Book "History of the Republic of the Philippines by Gregorio F. Zaide " (a college textbook) from english to tagalog. Gusto ko kasi plagi UMEPAL kay mam lim, hehe, para magsabi ng additional info mam, Ayun sabi kasi ni Mam Si Aguinaldo daw nagpapatay kay Bonifacio" eh sabi sa book hindi naman at tinry daw nyang pigilan. Panig ako sa book kaya yun, 30 mins to less than an hour nagdebate kami ni Mam, more than 10 years after hindi parin nya ko nakaklimutan, God bless you Mam! God Bless Zaide. P.S. Alam nyo ba ang 1986 Edition ng Webster Encyclopedia nung Grade 5 ako ay minememorize ko from A to H. di ko natapos kasi sakit sa ulo. Para mawala yun sakit nglalaro ako family computer from tnghali till 9 kapag weekends. alam nyo my first famicom, galing sa katas ng . ...
Emilio Aguinaldo College rallied in the second half to defeat Mapua, 82-76, and close its NCAA Season 89 campaign...
Generals end campaign with win over Cards: MANILA, Philippines Emilio Aguinaldo College concluded its NCAA 89 ...
Causes of Conflict between Christians and Muslims in the Philippines by Mr. Victor Part 1, 2005_07_04 Introduction We live in a pluralistic world. We also live in a conflict-torn world. Sad to say that some of these conflicts have been abetted if not aggravated by religions, flaring up in open armed conflicts and bloody repression as in Indonesia between Muslims and Christians; the bloody civil war between the Sinhalese Buddhist majority and the Tamil Hindu minority since 1983 in Sri Lanka; the communal violence between Hindus and Muslims in India; and, recently in Southern Thailand between its military and Muslim militants.[1] In my own Philippine context we too have our share of open armed conflicts and bloody repression. The conflicts in Mindanao have been portrayed as Christian-Muslim conflicts. The challenge now is how to build a sense of community that goes beyond the traditional boundaries of clan, tribe, status, class, region and religion. A community with which each member and group can identify ...
Emilio Aguinaldo rallies to beat Mapua, 82-76, and finishes 5th!
The Academia Militar, the first Philippine military school, was established in Malolos, Bulacan by Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo on Oct. 25, 1898
The answer for today's Trivia is Emilio Aguinaldo. At the age of 28, Emilio Aguinaldo, popularly called Miong,...
Emilio Aguinaldo. I read somewhere that he was a cabeza de barangay, the equivalent of today's Barangay Captain.
Today in Philippine history, October 25, 1898, the Academia Militar, the first Philippine military school, was...
Day at Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine. Amazing secret doors and false cabinets! :)
If Jose Rizal and Emilio Aguinaldo were hypebeasts, they'd be part of the Illestrados
The First Philippine Flag. The original Philippine Flag contrary to popular belief is actually in Baguio City, and is in safekeeping of Aguinaldo's descendant, Emilio Aguinaldo Suntay III, great grandson of the country’s first President. The flag has been kept by the family since Suntay’s grandmother and Aguinaldo’s daughter, Cristina, found it beneath the hero’s deathbed in 1964 at the Veterans Memorial Hospital. The flag bears a face stitched into the image of a sun. Its blue field is lighter than the modern flag. Sewn in gold thread is the phrase “Fuerzas Expedicionarias del Norte de Luzon.” The words “Libertad” and “Justicia” are on the other side of the banner. This was the same flag unfurled first in May 28, 1898 at the Battle of Alapan in Imus, Cavite, in front of Teatro Caviteno, which was a victory. Then followed the 'ceremonial' unfurling of the same flag at the balcony of General Emilio Aguinaldo's home on June 12 of the same year, 1898. The family urges the public and the y ...
Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine. Side trip because we got lost. Lakbay aral. Lol.
I. Grade One Play Time Oh, what fun To play in the sun- To skip and hop Or play with a top. We want to be healthy We want to look rosy Come, let us have fun, Let us play in the sun! Let us skip, dance, hop and run. II. Grade Two Little Clown As I was going to town one day, I saw a little clown, It went into a town shop, And came out clop, clop, clop. I followed this little clown, Into a little shop, It went into a Grandfather clock, And came out tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock III. Grade Three TREES by: Joyce Kilmer (1886-1918) I think that I shall never see A poem lovely as a tree. A tree whose hungry mouth is prest Against the earth's sweet flowing breast; A tree that looks at God all day, And lifts her leafy arms to pray; A tree that may in Summer wear A nest of robins in her hair; Upon whose bosom snow has lain; Who intimately lives with rain. Poems are made by fools like me, But only God can make a tree. IV. Grade Four All Things Bright and Beautiful ~Cecil Frances Alexander All things bright and bea ...
Emilio Aguinaldo sees the future. Thank you Pedro Antonio Javier for my son's historical uniform.
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HISTORY OF DASMARIÑAS The municipality of Dasmariñas has an ambivalent history. Originally a part of Imus, it was converted into an independent municipality named Perez-Dasmariñas in 1868. Then after nearly 37 years of independent existence Dasmariñas was reverted of Imus, remaining a barrio of the latter until it regained its independence after 12 years in 1917. Historically, Dasmariñas had played an important role as gateway to the Magdalo revolutionary capital of Imus. It was in the strategic Pasong Santol, in barrio Salitran Dasmariñas, where General Emilio Aguinaldo and later his elder brother General Crispulo Agunaldo fought off Spanish General Jose Lachamber’s troops in seesaw battle from March 7 to 24, 1897, when the Spaniards captured it "over the dead body" of the elder Aguinaldo. With the capture of this Dasmariñas salient, the fall of Imus to the Spaniards was a foregone conclusion. The first settlers to arrive in this former barrio of Imus in 1862 included the families of Gil Tirona, ...
Home. Nice win for the Emilio Aguinaldo MBT. One game left ^^
I'm curious how they are going to portray Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo.
Im watching while eating . Im waiting if the hearsay is true that IT was emilio aguinaldo whi asked to kill bonifacio
Emilio Aguinaldo College bucked a third-quarter meltdown to hack out a 78-68 victory over Jose Rizal University...
Wow im so happy that San Sebastian make it again in final four in mens NCAA basketball, sad for Emilio Aguinaldo College, its kARMA TImE. He he he.
Emilio Aguinaldo College bolstered its final four chances after turning back Jose Rizal University, 78-68, in...
..Watched that film Emilio Aguinaldo then found myself googling the heroes of 1800s.
13 hours of sleep after yesterday's performance of Oyayi at Emilio Aguinaldo College. Hooray!
San Sebastian and Emilio Aguinaldo College continue their hunt for the last spot in the NCAA Season 89 final four...
To all my friends here in Salalah, etc. I'm knocking at your kind heart to send donations to the earthquake victims. Their situation is very bad right now. Thousands of people are homeless, sleeping outdoors in the cold as it always rains plus experiencing aftershocks every now and then. They need water, med supplies, easy to cook food and solar chargers where they can charge their flashlights, emergency lights and phones. If their is any, please read further down below. Thank you. DONATIONS to Bohol and Cebu Earthquake Victims Monetary donations are most flexible and are preferred by NDRRMC, Philippine Red Cross and DSWD. Cash donations may be sent to the following: National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Center (NDRRMC) Account Name:NDRRMC Donated Fund Account Number: 0435-021927-030 (PESO Current Account) 0435-021927-530 (DOLLAR Current Account) Swift Code: DBPHPHMM Account # 36002016 Address: Development Bank of the Philippines, Camp Aguinaldo Branch, PVAO Compound, Camp Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, ...
SSC, EAC in crucial NCAA assignments: San Sebastian and Emilio Aguinaldo College seek victories today when the...
The actor who will portray Emilio Aguinaldo in GMA7's Katipunan looks more like Andres Bonifacio than Sid Lucero.
CHAPTER 8 THE LAND REFORM PROGRAM History of Agrarian Reform Program in the Philippines Submitted by: Cadutdut, Marjorie Cabilla, Jezallyn Patrocinio, Mitzell Gerondio, Chona Submitted to: Dr. Marlon F. Montecillo Pre-Spanish Era Filipinos Social Systeem was Feudal. The Pre-Spanish Filipinos were already living in a more or less organized life. Since Philippines is rich in natural resources so basically their source of income or living would be farming or planting rice. In the subsistence economy of the early-Filipinos, money was unknown so they use rice as medium of exchanged. Social Class-Status 1.Nobles Considered as the highest social class. They occupied the highest place in the society. Was a powerful official. This class alone enjoyed all the rights and influences. This is a position of prestige. 2.The Freemen or Timawa Considered as the middle social class. This class is consisted of free-born persons and emancipated slaves. This class is composed of warriors or soldiers, merchants, artisans, engi ...
Who is your favorite president of the Philippines?. 4% Emilio Aguinaldo. 1% Manuel L. Quezon. 0% Jose P. Laurel. 0%...
FOR SALE Apacible Townhomes A 5-unit, 3-storey townhouse soon to rise at the corner of the historic streets of Apacible and Gen. Luna Streets, Ermita, Manila. Fronting Paco Park, this project of Trans-Phil is very near schools such as U.P. Manila, Manila Science High School and Emilio Aguinaldo College, St. Paul’s Manila. Located at No. 1026 Apacible Street corner Gen. Luna, Malate, Manila and a few meters away from Taft Avenue, Padre Faura Street and United Nations (U.N.) Avenue, this gives any individual an easy access in going to prime establishments. Apacible Townhomes is a good choice for individuals and families wanting to have that homey feeling in the heart of Manila. Be assured of top of the line quality workmanship, contemporary design and efficient layout. Providing you the utmost convenience, each unit is inclusive of 1 or 2-car covered garage, living, dining/kitchen areas, 3 bedrooms, 4 T&B, a maid’s room, service area and open spaces.
DOTC: MCIAA donates P2M to earthquake victims Following the aftermath of Tuesday’s temblor, the Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority (MCIAA) has decided to donate P 2 million to the victims of the earthquake in the provinces of Cebu and Bohol out of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) budget. The MCIAA Board of Directors met yesterday (October 17, 2013) and approved the release of P 1 million each to the Provincial Governments of Cebu and Bohol as financial assistance for use in their relief operations. “I commend MCIAA for this generous act at this critical time, and I hope this inspires others to help out as well. I personally visited our kababayans in these areas over the past two days and saw the difficulties they are going through. It is good for them to be reassured that government is here to help them,” said Secretary of Transportation and Communications Joseph Emilio Aguinaldo Abaya. The MCIAA also reported to the DOTC that the Cebu airport has been back to 100% 24-hour normal o ...
Placing for Tito Frank's show later at 7pm, Emilio Aguinaldo College Auditorium
Off to Emilio Aguinaldo College to watch play. :)
To Emilio Aguinaldo College in a while with 👍
Emilio aguinaldo, and queen liliuokalani are the only words I forget ugh.
Current Cover Photo - (left to right)- Emilio Aguinaldo, Gen.Frank Murphy and Senate President Manuel L.Quezon. Photo taken at the Aguinaldo home in Kawit Cavite on September 13, 1933.
idlod na yan lol Emilio Aguinaldo Ruick Fernas
Oyayi performance with DG family at Emilio Aguinaldo College :D Mabuhay ang teatro!
Rise and shine!!🌞 3 and 7pm show at Emilio Aguinaldo College today! Feeling excited!
I also wanna congratulate the participant from General Emilio Aguinaldo National High School for winning 5th place.
I survived three conferences today. Woohoo! (@ Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo w/ 2 others)
Emilio Aguinaldo writes Mabini on Oct. 16, 1899, seeking advice whether to insist on complete independence or compromise on a protectorate
Saw a bunch of secret passages in Emilio Aguinaldo's house. c:
Emilio Aguinaldo should be ashamed of himself what a douchedick
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"Hey remember that time we got lost around UN ave and we ate lunch at the Emilio Aguinaldo College cafeteria?"
Masonry and the Philippine Revolution© by MW Bro. Reynold Smith Fajardo, PGM Grand Masonic Historian (GMH) revo.gif (39891 bytes) From the very start of the Masonic organization down to the present, its internal laws have invariably enjoined its members not to involve the Fraternity in political controversies. In every nation where Masonry is established loyalty to government and country are constantly stressed. But not withstanding the "ad nauseam" of the non-political injunction in Masonic regulations, countless political upheavals have been laid at its doorsteps. For a century and a half a large segment of the intelligentsia of Europe believed that many of the events that transpired in the world happened because Freemasons planned them so. Masons were considered "ipso facto" subversives, and were blamed for the French Revolution, and subsequent uprisings in Spain, Portugal, Italy, Austria, and Latin America. In 1852, Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli of England warned that secret societies, in the guis ...
SULU ARCHIPELAGO • On January 4, 1638, de Corcuera led a naval and military expedition of about 80 ships and 2,000 troops to attack Jolo, but Sultan Wasit put up stiff resistance. However, Sultan Wasit's kuta army suffered a serious epidemic of tropical disease and he and his chieftains sought refuge in the Dungun area ofTawi-Tawi. The Spanish Army easily occupied Jolo, and a small garrison was left there to control the area. The garrison was withered away by frequent raids launched by Sultan Wasit, and by 1645, this garrison had been wasted away. This was the first time that Jolo had been occupied by the Spaniards for an appreciable length of time. From 1663 to 1718, an interregnum of peace occurred because the Spanish troops were ordered to abandon the Zamboanga Peninsula, and forts south of that—and regroup in Manila to prepare for the impending attack of Koxinga—which never happened. • Hostilities resumed in the 18th century, triggered by the 1718 decision by governor Gen Juan Antonio dela Tor ...
SURIGAO DEL SUR Geographical Location[edit source | editbeta] The Province of Surigao del Sur is the 56th Philippine province and is located in the Northeastern coast of Mindanao facing the Pacific Ocean between 125°40' to 126°20' East Longitudes and 7°55' and 9°20' North Latitudes. It is bounded on the Northwest by the Province of Surigao del Norte, on the Southeast by Davao Oriental, on its Eastern side by the Pacific Ocean, and on the West and Southwest by the Provinces of Agusan del Norte and Agusan del Sur. This strategic location enables the province to establish favorable economic linkages with other neighboring provinces. Surigao del Sur has 2 cities and 17 municipalities most of which are located in the coastal areas with Tandag as its capital. These municipalities are subdivided into 314 barangays and has two congressional districts. Land Area[edit source | editbeta] The land Area of the province is 523,050 hectares or 5,230.50 sq. kilometers representing 27.75 percent of the total land area ...
Emilio aguinaldo shrine at cavite city
10:20 AM, Light to moderate affecting (Indang, Gen Emilio Aguinaldo, Tanza) and (San...
Thursday, September 19, 2013 Bulacan Gov bats for pork-free gov’t   MALOLOS CITY—Amid the pork barrel scam faced by lawmakers, Bulacan Gov. Wilhelmino Alvarado offered a way out by proposing the shift to a “pork-free” government. In his speech before thousands who attended the commemoration of the 115th anniversary of the opening of the Malolos Congress here on Sunday, Alvarado said it is about time the country considered a shift to a parliamentary form of government.    He explained that the first Philippine Government created by the Malolos Congress 115 years ago was a unicameral parliamentary government. “For decades we have seen and experienced a presidential form of government with bicameral Congress, and we end up in pork barrel controversy,” he said in an interview.   Alvarado added that controversial pork barrel scam will be totally eliminated noting that budget will be allocated in government institutions that will implement programs and projects.   “It will be a pork-free gove ...
Problem is, did it start with Heneral Emilio Aguinaldo? I guess Supremo Boni clean
The Kapampangan of Bonifacio by Joel Pabustan Mallari Wednesday, December 2, 2009 The 30th day of the month of November was recently changed - instead of being the birthday of Bonifacio it became "National Heroes Day" allegedly. This was due to the alleged reason of rightly including the other heroes who fought in the past Filipino-Spanish war in the 19th century. This date is one of the significant days for the Filipinos in their fight for the country's freedom. Who would not recognize the Supreme Commander of the historic Katipunan ( Kataastaasan Kagalang-galangan Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan, KKK )? He was born on this date in the year 1863 and died at the tender age of 34 years only. He was indeed young when he was killed by our fellow Filipinos, the controversial soldiers of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo. Gat Bonifacio was the eldest among six siblings. There were four boys and two girls. Two of his brothers - Ciriaco and Procopio - were also members of the revolutionary movement. These siblings grew up .. ...
I liked a video Emilio Aguinaldo Speech in Spanish
I was Snow White for a day lol. Joke. @ Emilio Aguinaldo College
wow! i didn't know that Emilio Aguinaldo was a *** .sorry but i will never see you as a hero..i'm really sorry...but yeah..
HELP! Where on earth can i find a costume of Emilio Aguinaldo for my 12 yr old son Bailey? Anyone? please? i dont wanna have to make pagawa pa!
Solo on the top spot, please! Watch the Knights as they battle against Emilio Aguinaldo College!!! 6pm at San Juan Arena. 🏀🏇
Funny I was gonna correct myself and say Emilio Aguinaldo our first Prez. Lol. :-) hehehe.
Hey Cloud 9-ers! We are going to be in Emilio Aguinaldo College today! See you later, EAC! :) Also, stay tuned for the photos of Adamson University coming your way this afternoon! :) Have a kind of day!
ORIGINAL Philippine Flag-So much for the research,Masakit na ulo ko! hehe,This is the flag that I'm submitting to our group,The Taal Active Alliance Legion of Taal,Batangas for its souvenir program for tourists and little livelihood program for its town folks.There has been many arguments and debates about it but Gen.Emilio Aguinaldo (left photo) himself authenticated it,that it was really the flag he flew in Kawit,Cavite in 1898 before he passed away in 1964 at almost 95 years of age done by a Batangueña from Taal,Marcela Agoncillo, a town world-renowned for its embroidery industry including the Balisong of course ,that gave birth eventually to the Barong Tagalog.
for choosing Emilio Aguinaldo College as your official partner. this will help us a lot. Thank you for the opportunity.
The Pioneers..! when Emilio Aguinaldo was on his HS..lol kaloka.like
I want to punch Emilio Aguinaldo ugh
"Everything appears favorable in attaining independence" - Emilio Aguinaldo
Video: Music at full volume while stuck in traffic! Hehe. 🚌 (at Emilio Aguinaldo Highway)
09.15.1898 Malolos Congress was inaugurated by Emilio Aguinaldo at Barasoian Church in Malolos, Bulacan.
Defending champion San Beda took the helm in the NCAA Season 89 team standings after defeating Emilio Aguinaldo...
what is us Juan Directioners give Niall a Noynoy Aquino or Emilio Aguinaldo human statue? It's our latest and first president
San Sebastian Stags face off Mapua Cardinals at 4pm. San Beda Red Lions against Emilio Aguinaldo Generals at 6pm
(2) In their first meeting, the defending champion San Beda broke loose in the fourth quarter to beat Emilio Aguinaldo College, 80-65.
With kuya 😊 (with FrannFionna at General Emilio Aguinaldo Integrated School) [pic] —
General Emilio Aguinaldo's face after the game between EAC and PERPETUAL . \m/
So our History teacher asked "Is Emilio Aguinaldo a True hero or a traitor?" .. In my opinion... he was a hero but he became a traitor lol
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I buy one of the tumbler in emilio Aguinaldo Shrine Souvenirs Shop yesterday its only cost 90 pesos.
10:20 AM, light to moderate affecting (Maragondon and Gen Emilio Aguinaldo) and
Be ready to Intrams MD to all the G7 of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo National Highschool Sept.13,14,15 2013 players,dancers,singers! GL!
Doing US history homework and finding a section dedicated to the Philippines-Spanish wars and Emilio Aguinaldo 👍
Or pwede mag-Emilio Aguinaldo nalang ako and have everyone killed and then I'd reach the age of 90 something
Stranded and wet in a Military camp. @ Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo High School
Emilio Aguinaldo moves the capital of the Revolutionary Gov’t to Malolos, Bulacan, from Bacoor, Cavite, on Sep. 10, 1898
Home sweet home. Just finished watching Stoker. It's gonna be a big day tomorrow :) (@ Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo)
One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter. Nur Misuari, the wannabe-Emilio Aguinaldo, has the guts to think he's the latter.
Final period starts today. (at Emilio Aguinaldo College Building 5) —
One thing though, it's not Emiliano Aguinaldo but Emilio Aguinaldo. :) - from a concerned Filipino Nerdfighter
Reading books is like watching movies.. Pinapasama ni Emilio Aguinaldo ang loob ko..God bless us
To be honest, they could've chose a better Emilio Aguinaldo.
Sept. 6, 1900: Emilio Aguinaldo and his party arrive at Palanan & are enthusiastically welcomed by a large crowd & a brass band
CJ Perez of San Sebastian tries to elude the outstretched arms of Emilio Aguinaldo’s Jean Hiole Manga during NCAA
Which historical event would you have most liked to a... — Emilio Aguinaldo waving the Philippine Flag for our I...
"We cannot free ourselves unless we move forward united in a single desire" - Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo
What I learned from today's field trip:. Emilio Aguinaldo had a VERY big house with A LOT of secret stuffs in it.
Emilio Aguinaldo & Candido Tria Tirona lead the Kawit uprising on Aug. 31, 1896. They defeat the Spanish commander of the Civil Guard
Emilio Aguinaldo College closed out the first round cruising to its third straight win and its best...
NCAA: EAC defeats Mapua to score win no. 4: Emilio Aguinaldo College defeated Mapua, 89-80, Thursday to wrap up its first round campa...
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The look of a man named Emilio Aguinaldo who hasn't had mangos for a week
[PhilSTAR - Sports] Generals go for 4th win vs Cardinals: MANILA, Philippines - Emilio Aguinaldo College and M...
Or worse to General Emilio Aguinaldo in Kawit. "Napoles only choice was to surrender to PNOy or to Cory."
Overtime. Prepping for our workshop tomorrow-my 1st since coming here. (@ Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo)
And I don't even know who this Emilio Aguinaldo cat is. Like get outta here this history stuff.
Today in history: In 1900, President Emilio Aguinaldo, upon being informed of the American landing at Aparri,...
I can tell you what kind of politicians we have from Emilio Aguinaldo.we are reduced to being slaves, or OFWs another term.
well, the event is for the whole college of Emilio Aguinaldo, actually.
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