produced fake membership forms to blackmail clase media August 1896 Teodoro

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produced fake membership forms to blackmail clase media - August 1896: Teodoro Patino Apolinario de la Cruz ^ had a conflict; were members of Diario de Manila Honoria Patino encouraged Teodoro to talk to Sor Teresa (convent) -> confession to Fr. Mariano Gil -> Gov. Gen. Ramon Blanco found out about KKK - Gov. Gen. Ramon Blanco raids Diario de Manila, found Emilio Jacinto’s fake documens - Cry of Pugadlawin : start of PH revolution - Battle of Pasong Tamo (first battle) - Ramon Blanco’s 48 hour Ultimatum Pio Valenzuela surrenders 8 provinces were put under Martial Law (Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Manila, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Tarlac) Jose Rizal’s execution; execution of Trece Martires in Cavite - Fights focused in Morong (led by Bonifacio); Bulacan (Bonifacio) and Cavite (Aguinaldo) - Cavite – successful military campaigns Magdalo (Baldomero Aguinaldo; Cavite el Viejo) Magdiwang (Mariano Alvarez; Noveleta) - Conflict in Cavite: Magdalo wanted a new political government; Magdiwang leader Alvarez had an affinity with Bonifacio - December 31, 1896: Imus Assembly - March 22, 1897: Tejeros Convention President: Aguinaldo (elected: Bonifacio, Mariano Trias) V.P.: Mariano Trias
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Captain-General: Emiliano Regio de Dios Director of War: Artemio Ricarte Director of the Interior: Andres Bonifacio - Daniel Tirona: challenged Bonifacio’s eligibility for position (Director of the Interior should be a lawyer) - March 23, 1897: Acta de Tejeros - Naic Military Agreement: Aguinaldo declares Bonifacio’s rejection of the Cavite Government as treason - May 10, 1897: Consejo de Guerra declares death penalty to Bonifacio for treason Pio del Pilar Mariano Noriel - Gov. Gen. Fernando Primo de Rivera: Cavite regained by Spaniards - Aguinaldo: Talisay; Batangas - Aguinaldo: San Rafael, Bulacan - Nov. 1, 1897: Republic of Biak- na-Bato - August – December 1897: Pedro Paterno (middle-man of Primo de Rivera and Aguinaldo) – Truce of Biak-na-Bato - TRUCE OF BIAK NA BATO : Aguinaldo will be sent to HK 400,000 – upon departure to HK 200,000 – in exchange for 700 weapons 200,000 – once amnesty is given from Spain 900,000 – for civilians - Tarlac: Francisco Macabulos (did not accept the truce of Biak na Bato) - December 27, 1897: end of first phase of revolution SECOND PHASE OF PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION - January 1898 - Acc to Teodoro Agoncillo: February 1898 - Spanish: preoccupied with the Philippine Revolution and Cuban War of Independence - Cuba: open to world trade in 19 th century; primary export: tabacco - Feb 15, 1898: bombing of U.S.S. Maine in Cuba (260 casualties) - April 25, 1898: U.S. Declaration of War vs. Spanish - Isabelo Artacho: demands Aguinaldo in HK - April 23, 1898: Aguinaldo in SG Edward Spencer Pratt , American consul, offered help to the PH Told Aguinaldo to go back to HK and talk to U.S. Asiatic Squadron: Commodore George Dewey No formal documents - April 26, 1898: Dewey leaves HK Rousenville Wildman : told Aguinaldo to establish a dictatorial government (consolidate revolutionary forces); promised weapons from USA - May 1, 1898 : Dewey Arrives in the Philippines; Battle of Manila Bay U.S. – George Dewey
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