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  1. 3 days ago · The Philippine Republic (Spanish: República Filipina), now officially known as the First Philippine Republic, also referred to by historians as the Malolos Republic, was established in Malolos, Bulacan during the Philippine Revolution against the Spanish Empire (1896–1898) and the Spanish–American War between Spain and the United States ...

  2. May 20, 2023 · Guevara, Sulpico ed. 1972. The Laws of the First Philippine Republic (The Laws of Malalos). National Historical Institute, Manila. The Malolos Republic; The First Philippine Republic at Malolos; The 1899 Malolos Constitution Diarsipkan 2009-06-17 di Wayback Machine. The 1899 Malolos Constitution Diarsipkan 2010-06-03 di Wayback Machine. Spanish ...

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  4. 1 day ago · Philippine Revolution. The Philippine Revolution [5] was a conflict waged by the Filipino revolutionaries against the Spanish colonial authorities in an attempt to win the archipelago's independence. The Philippine Revolution began on August 24, 1896, when the Spanish authorities discovered the Katipunan, an anticolonial secret organization.

    • August 24, 1896 – June 12, 1898
  5. 6 days ago · The current government of the Philippines recognizes five "Philippine republics" in the history of the Philippines: First Philippine Republic (January 23, 1899 – March 23, 1901) Called itself the "Philippine Republic". Also called the Malolos Republic by historians. Second Philippine Republic (October 14, 1943 – August 17, 1945)

  6. May 27, 2023 · January 23, 2013 marks the 114th Anniversary of the First Republic of the Philippines that was inaugurated in Malolos, Bulacan. It also marks the anniversary of the start of the Presidency of Emilio Aguinaldo, the first President of the Philippines. The Malolos Republic was the culmination of the Philippine Revolution, which began with the Katipunan and led to the creation of the First ...

  7. 3 days ago · Haring Bayang Katagalugan ( Sovereign Tagalog Nation ). Andrés Bonifacio 's suggested name for the Filipino nation, intended to be governed by the 1896–1897 Republika ng Katagalugan ( Tagalog Republic ), although unrecognized by non-Tagalog Filipinos. The name drew flak because of connotations of regionalism.

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