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  Revolutionary Leader Bonifacio a Freemason
Brave, idealistic and oblivious to the politics of compromise, Bonifacio was a firebrand disposed by his own revolution, a leader who hardly ever won a battle and a dreamer who never saw his nation free.
Bonifacio was as much a lover as he was a fighter.
Bleeding from untreated injuries and half-naked while being tried for treason, Bonifacio requested that his gun be brought as evidence that the attack was unprovoked; his revolver had all its bullets unspent.
www.freemasonrywatch.org /bonifacio.html   (1176 words)

  
  Andres Bonifacio
--> Andrés Bonifacio was born in Manila in 1863, the son of a government official.
By the mid-1880s, he had become a fervent Filipino nationalist; when José Rizal established the Liga Filipina in 1892, Bonifacio was one of its first members.
On July 7, he founded the Katipunan, a secret society open to both peasants and the middle class that employed Masonic rituals to impart an air of sacred mystery.
www.loc.gov /rr/hispanic/1898/bonifacio.html   (234 words)

  
  Andres Bonifacio Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
Andres Bonifacio (1863-1897), a Phillipine revolutionary hero, founded the Katipunan, a secret society which spearheaded the uprising against the Spanish and laid the groundwork for the first Philippine Republic.
Andres Bonifacio was born in Tondo, Manila, on Nov. 30, 1863.
Judging Bonifacio's plans as divisive and harmful to unity, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, the elected president of the provisional revolutionary government, ordered the arrest, trial, and execution for "treason and sedition" of Bonifacio and his brothers.
www.bookrags.com /biography/andres-bonifacio   (457 words)

  
 tScholars.com | Andrés Bonifacio
Andr̩s Bonifacio y de Castro (November 30, 1863 РMay 10, 1897) was one of the chief leaders of the revolution of the Philippines against Spanish colonial rule, the first revolution in Asia against European colonial rule.
Bonifacio, due to the lack of a power base in the province, was voted Director of the Interior.
Bonifacio was slighted, all the more so since he had previously asked that the results of the election be respected by all.
www.tscholars.com /encyclopedia/Andr%C3%A9s_Bonifacio   (1052 words)

  
 Andres Bonifacio Ensiklopedya   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Si Andrés Bonifacio (Nobyembre 30, 1863 - Mayo 10, 1897) ang pinuno ng rebolusyon ng Pilipinas laban sa pananakop ng Espanya, ang unang rebolusyon sa Asya laban sa pananakop ng mga Europeo.
ANDRES Bonifacio was Marcelo H. del Pilar's foremostthat became the weapon of the weak.
ANDRES Bonifacio was one of 13 Filipino patriotsin Manila and in many provinces.
tagalog.encyclopedia.st /Andres_Bonifacio   (323 words)

  
 Andres Bonifacio
Andrés Bonifacio y de Castro (November 30, 1863 - May 10, 1897) was a leader in the revolution of the Philippines against Spanish colonial rule, the first revolution in Asia against European colonial rule.
With the establishment of the Katipunan, Andrés Bonifacio became popularly known as the Father of the Revolution.
As the Magdalo faction viewed Bonifacio and his men as a threat Bonifacio and Procopio were tried in a Aguinaldo appointed military court and charge of sedition and treason and were executed on May 10, 1897 at Mt. Nagpatong.After many years, Bonifacio remains was exhumed and believed to be destroyed during the second World War.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/a/an/andres_bonifacio.html   (275 words)

  
 DailyStocks Open Directory Page
Andres Bonifacio: Ang Buhay na Puno ng Pakikipagbaka - Ang buhay ni Andres Bonifacio, supremo ng Katipunan at bayani ng himagsikan nuong 1896, balot ng hirap at pagsisigasig.
Andres Bonifacio: Ang Dapat Mabatid ng mga Tagalog - Pahayag ng dakilang bayani ng Himagsikan nuong 1896 tungkol sa pagsakop at pag-api sa mga Pilipino ng mga Kastila, na nilathala sa “Kalayaan,” ang pahayagan ng Katipunan.
Babae, Ayon Kina Bonifacio, Jacinto At Mabini - Ang mga sinulat nina Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Jacinto at Apolinario Mabini tungkol sa halaga ng mga babae sa lipunan ng Pilipino.
www.dailystocks.com /odp.cgi?passurl=/World/Tagalog/Lipunan/Kasaysayan   (3514 words)

  
 Andres Bonifacio
Andres Bonifacio (November 30, 1863 - May 10, 1897) was a leader in the revolution of the Philippines against Spanish colonial rule, the first revolution in Asia against European colonial rule.
When members of the Magdalo faction tried to discredit Bonifacio as uneducated and unfit for the position, Bonifacio declared the results of the convention as null and void.
Bonifacio was later on arrested upon orders of Gen. Aguinaldo for charges of sedition and treason and executed on May 10, 1897.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/a/an/andres_bonifacio.html   (179 words)

  
 The tragedy of Andres Bonifacio   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Andres Bonifacio was the unknown indio who organized and led the Katipunan that was to ignite the Philippine Revolution of 1896 and ultimately free this country from Spanish rule after more than three centuries of oppression.
Bonifacio was not known as a civic leader and did not belong to the principalia of middle-class educated natives that included among its members Jose Rizal and other propagandists.
Bonifacio might have proposed that the meeting be held in his native Manila, which was after all the capital of the country, or if this was impractical, at least a neutral place.
www.asianjournal.com /?c=135&a=8671&sid=3ec099b3c2aa20f78e4695ba5a1c58af   (793 words)

  
 Pilipino Section :: Filipiniana :: emanila
Bonifacio, as the highest officer, or Supremo, of the Katipunan, was asked to settle a dispute.
Bonifacio’s decision to come to Cavite proved to be the beginning of his downfall.
Bonifacio was nominated for the position of director of the interior, but Daniel Tirona of Kawit stood up and questioned his ability to hold that job.
emanila.com /pilipino/history/index.php?subaction=showfull&id=1101604223&archive=&start_from=&ucat=2&   (3663 words)

  
 UP Centennial Celebrations 1998
Sa pook na ito nanuluyan si Andres Bonifacio hanggang mairaos ang kapulungan ng Tejeros noong ika-22 ng Marso, 1897.
Sa lugar na ito ng Tejeros, Rosario na-ganap ang unang kapulungan noong Marso 22, 1897 sa pangunguna ni Supremo Andres Bonifacio para sa bagong pamahalaang Himagsikan.
Sa isang bahay sa bayang ito nilitis ang magkapatid na Andres at Procopio Bonifacio ng isang korte-militar sa pamumuno ni Brig.
www.upd.edu.ph /~up100/abrilmayo/lakbay.html   (1423 words)

  
 Andres Bonifacio
Bonifacio, as the highest officer, or Supremo, of the Katipunan, was asked to settle a dispute.
Bonifacio’s decision to come to Cavite proved to be the beginning of his downfall.
Bonifacio was nominated for the position of director of the interior, but Daniel Tirona of Kawit stood up and questioned his ability to hold that job.
www.bakbakan.com /heroes.html   (3657 words)

  
 La Vida Lawyer: FAMOUS TRIALS OF THE PHILIPPINES: THE TRIAL OF ANDRES BONIFACIO
Andres Bonifacio agreed to the call for the election of a new government on one condition: all must recognize the principle that they respect and obey the decision or vote of the majority.
Before taking a vote, Andres Bonifacio called the attention of the electors to the fact that whoever should be elected by a majority vote should be respected and obeyed, whatever his social status and whatever his degree of culture might be; that is to say even though he should be a casillero (toilet cleaner).
Bonifacio with his two bothers then tried to make their way to Batangas, where a rival government had been set up for him to lead.
mbaceron.agalaw.net /2005/11/famous-trials-of-philippines-trial-of.html   (1229 words)

  
 bailey83221: The Tragedy Of Andres Bonifacio Philippi
Andres Bonifacio was the unknown indio who organized and led the Katipunan that was to ignite the Philippine Revolution of 1896 and ultimately free this country from Spanish rule after more than three centuries of oppression.
Andres Bonifacio was born on November 30, 1863, in a nipa hut in Tondo, Manila, across the street from the Tutuban grand railway station.
Bonifacio, informed of the discovery, secretly instructed his messengers to summon all the leaders of the Katipunan to a general assembly to be held on August 24.
bailey83221.livejournal.com /84994.html   (6420 words)

  
 Historical Convergence - Mark Twain, Winston S. Churchill, and Andres Bonifacio   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Born in 1863, Andres Bonifacio founded the Katipunan on July 7, 1892, to fight for the independence of the Philippines, then a colony of Spain.
Bonifacio led the revolution until 1897 when, during a power struggle within the Katipunan, he was replaced by Emilio Aguinaldo and assassinated on Aguinaldo's orders.
The head of the revolution [Bonifacio] "advised caution and urged the leaders to abandon their immature plans to overthrow the Spanish authority." According to the book, "it is told" that Aguinaldo assassinated him, took the headship himself, and ordered an instant attack on the priests' houses and outlying military posts.
www.boondocksnet.com /ai/twain/twain_churchill_bonifacio.html   (1195 words)

  
 Bonifacio Papers
Andres Bonifacio was born on November 30, 1863, in the Tondo district of Manila.
Bonifacio was not an ilustrado -- that is, he was not a graduate of either a university or of a college of secondary education, but he seems to have been accepted in the company of ilustrados.
The letters said to have been written by Bonifacio (whether they are genuine or fake) were written on good stationery with a printed personal letterhead, with his name (Andres Bonifacio), his nom-de-guerre (Maypag-asa), and his position as president of the Katipunan.
bonifaciopapers.blogspot.com /2005/09/bernad-miguel.html   (5891 words)

  
 Philippine History: Bonifacio: Slain Again and Again
Andres Bonifacio, also known as "May Pag-asa," was executed somewhere in the mountains of Maragondon in Cavite on May 10, 1897.
Bonifacio is said to have been buried in a shallow grave by one of his executioners who must have been conscience-stricken.
For example, the blood compact which Bonifacio highlighted in the early part of his powerful manifesto and in the design of the Katipunan initiation rites is not to be found in Rizal's writings or in the Masonic ceremonies from which this was supposedly copied.
www.tribo.org /history/bonifacio.html   (1541 words)

  
 About Culture and Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bonifacio, however, continued to work with the Liga, which its other prominent members had resurrected in April 1893 because of his personality and communication skills, the Supreme Council of the Liga appointed him chief of propaganda.
It was accompanied by an engraved portrait of Bonifacio wearing a fl suit and white tie, with the caption “Andres Bonifacio, Titulado “Presidente’ de la Republica Tagala” and described him as the head of the native government.
To the north lay Bonifacio’s guerilla forces in Manila and suburbs, with fortified camps in Balara, San Mateo, Pantayanin and Montalban; the armed Katipunan groups in Bulacan and Mariano Llanera’s forces based in Nueva Ecija were constanly on the move through The Siera Madre the patron (landed gentry and rural elite) leaders.
www.ncca.gov.ph /about_cultarts/articles.php?artcl_Id=5   (3509 words)

  
 Bonifacio Papers
Bonifacio was born of Santiago Bonifacio and Catalina de Castro in Tondo on 30 November 1863.
Bonifacio said that the letter "K" in the middle of the Katipunan flag stood for "Kalayaan." De las Alas replied that neither the "K" nor the flag indicated whether the government was a monarchy or a republic.
Bonifacio was caught in the crisis that every revolution reaches, when there has to be a contest for leadership -- not for military preeminence, which is won through victory in the field, but for primacy in the politics of the revolution, wherein strength, shrewdness, and one's stars must settle the conflicting claims.
bonifaciopapers.blogspot.com   (14973 words)

  
 Andres Bonifacio
Like Andres, she was the oldest child and a bright student who stopped studying to take care of her family.
Bonifacio and his army had suffered a number of defeats at the hands of the enemy.
Today the Filipino nation honors Andres Bonifacio as the "Father of the Philippine Revolution." He was a leader who believed that the common could be organized and put into action.
www.bakbakan.org /heroes.html   (3657 words)

  
 Public holidays in the Philippines - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On November 30, 1896 the stork brought a baby boy to Santiago Bonifacio and Catalina de Castro, they looked at the saint of the day on their calendar and named him Andres.
Bonifacio Day is also odd, because heroes -- like saints -- are often remembered more for their death than their birth.
Unlike Rizal who was executed by the enemy, and other heroes who died in battle, Bonifacio was executed by fellow Filipinos.This was done on the orders of the first President, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, since he was considered an enemy of the state, after the occurrences at the Tejeros convention.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Holidays_in_the_Philippines   (1556 words)

  
 Andres Bonifacio Problem Statement   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bonifacio was a left-wing leader of the 1896 Philippine revolution...
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 Andres Bonifacio: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
...society founded in the Philippines by Andres Bonifacio aimed towards liberating the country from the Spanish...include, Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Aguinaldo, and Gregorio-del-Pilar Gregorio del Pilar...
...then led by Andrés Bonifacio, dedicated to the expulsion of the Spanish and independence for the...
Andres Bonifacio founded the Katipunan, in 1896, to prepare Pilipinos for revolt against the Spanish occupation government[?].
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 poems of andres bonifacio   (Site not responding. Last check: )
National Hero, Andres Bonifacio, whose birth anniversary was marked Nov. 30, is the literary critics’ choice for...
An examination of Andres Bonifacio, the leader of the Philippine...
In 1896, the Katipuneros of Andres Bonifacio declared war on her land against the Spaniards.
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 The Manila Times Internet Edition | OPINION > Bonifacio monument, an icon of freedom
Though Bonifacio has been long recognized as one of the greatest heroes of the Philippines, it was only in 1921 when he was given formal recognition.
The move to build a national monument for Andres Bonifacio was led by former Katipuneros particularly Bonifacio’s friend and comrade, Guillermo Masangkay.
The Bonifacio Monument was inaugurated on November 30, 1933.
www.manilatimes.net /national/2006/nov/30/yehey/opinion/20061130opi6.html   (1009 words)

  
 PIA Press Release   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bonifacio was part of an era when there was a tremendous outpouring of love for the motherland, when patriotism was not just a concept but a way of life.
We honor Andres Bonifacio today as a leader who believed that the common could be organized and put into action.
It was through Bonifacio's efforts to unite the Filipinos and harness their energies that we started to rise against the colonial ruler.
www.pia.ops.gov.ph /press/pr1130c.htm   (612 words)

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