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  1. Ang La Liga Filipina ay isang samahan na itinatag ni Jose Rizal sa Pilipinas noong Hulyo 3, 1892. Binubuo ito ng mga taong nagnanais na maputol ang pang-aapi ng mga Kastila sa mga Pilipino. Ito ang nagpasimula ng pagkakaroon ng nasyolisasyon ng mga Pilipino.

  2. La Liga Filipina. La Liga Filipina ( lit. 'The Philippine League') was a secret organization. It was founded by José Rizal in the house of Doroteo Ongjunco at Ilaya Street, Tondo, Manila on July 3, 1892. The organization derived from La Solidaridad and the Propaganda movement. The purpose of La Liga Filipina was to build a new group that ...

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  4. Daripada Wikipedia, ensiklopedia bebas. La Liga Filipina ( lit. Liga Filipina) ialah sebuah kumpulan rahsia. Diasaskan oleh José Rizal di rumah Doroteo Ongjunco di Jalan Ilaya, Tondo, Manila pada tanggal 3 Julai 1892. Pertubuhan itu berasal dari La Solidaridad dan Gerakan propaganda. Tujuan La Liga Filipina ialah untuk membangun kelompok baru ...

  5. La Liga Filipina (terj. har. Liga Filipina) adalah organisasi rahasia. Didirikan oleh José Rizal di rumah Doroteo Ongjunco di Jalan Ilaya, Tondo, Manila pada tanggal 3 Juli 1892. Organisasi tersebut berasal dari La Solidaridad dan Gerakan propaganda.

  6. La Liga Filipina. La Liga Filipina ( lit. 'The Philippine League') was a secret organization. It was founded by José Rizal in the house of Doroteo Ongjunco at Ilaya Street, Tondo, Manila on July 3, 1892. The organization derived from La Solidaridad and the Propaganda movement. The purpose of La Liga Filipina was to build a new group that ...

    • July 3, 1892
    • Cuerpo de CompromisariosKatipunan
    • José Rizal
  7. La Liga Filipina. Almost simultaneously with the introduction of Masonry in the Philippines, a civic society called La Propaganda was established. Its members, composed mostly, of not exclusively, of the middle class, contributed money to defray the expenses of the Filipino reformers in Spain who were waging a campaign to obtain political concessions from the Mother Country.

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