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Emilio Aguinaldo hade lett Katipunans styrkor i slaget om provinsen Cavite, och var därför populär bland rörelsens medlemmar.
Emilio Aguinaldo drevs snart bort av spanjorerna från den tidigare erövrade provinsen Cavite.
Valuta gavs ut av Republica Filipina, av den självständiga republik som Emilio Aguinaldo utropade.
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  Emilio Aguinaldo - HighBeam Encyclopedia
After the outbreak of the Spanish-American War, Aguinaldo returned to the Philippines and led a Philippine insurrection in concert with U.S. attacking forces.
Aguinaldo took an oath of allegiance to the United States, was briefly imprisoned, and retired to private life.
Aguinaldo was charged with cooperating with the Japanese occupying the Philippines in World War II, but was not tried.
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 Emilio Aguinaldo Summary
Aguinaldo confirmed the death sentence, and the dying Bonifacio was hauled to the mountains of Maragondon in Cavite, and executed on May 10, 1897, even as Aguinaldo and his forces were retreating in the face of Spanish assault.
On December 14, 1897, the Pact of Biak-na-Bato was concluded.
Aguinaldo pledged allegiance to America on April 1, 1901, formally ending the First Republic and recognizing the sovereignty of the United States over the Philippines.
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  Ensiklopedya :: encyclopedia : Emilio Aguinaldo   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ipinanganak si Emilio Aguinaldo noong Marso 22, 1869 sa bayan ng Kawit, Cavite sa Luzon sa panahong kolonya ng Espanya ang Pilipinas, ang ikapitong anak ng alkalde ng bayan.
Tinanggap ni Aguinaldo ang alok na pera at ginamit ito sa pagbili ng dagdag na armas para sa rebelde sa halip na bumalik sa pagkakatapon.
Noong 1898, nagsimula ng Digmaang Espanyol-Amerikano at napikapag-ugnayan si Aguinaldo sa mga Amerikanong opisyal sa pag-asang tutulong sila sa kanyang pakikipaglaban para sa kalayan.
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 CalendarHome.com - - Calendar Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy (March 22, 1869 – February 6, 1964) was a Filipino general, politician, and independence leader.
Emilio Aguinaldo is depicted on the front of the 5-peso bill (to be phased out but will still be a legal tender).
Aguinaldo died on February 6, 1964 of coronary thrombosis at the Veterans Memorial Hospital in Quezon City.
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 Gen. Emilio F. Aguinaldo
Emilio F. Aguinaldo and Candido Tria Tirona initiated the uprising in Cavite el Viejo (Kawit) against Spaniards.
Cabeza de Barangay Emilio Famy Aguinaldo came to be attracted to the patriotic deeds of Graciano J. Lopez, Marcelo H. del Pilar, Jose P. Rizal and other propagandists, who questioned the clergy's authority, the Church's dogmas, and the governments oppressive rule.
Municipal Captain Emilio F. Aguinaldo, undoubtedly, had a " tremendous personal magnetism "(as phrased by O.K. Davis in his article "The Real Aguinaldo"), so that many of his friends and others in the town who had the means affiliated with the Fraternity.
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Aguinaldo was convinced that the actions taken by the United States during the war against Spain proved their alliance and noble intent for all Filipinos.
Aguinaldo reluctantly and suspiciously agreed, still refusing to lose faith in the U.S. Aguinaldo’s next plan was to form a small council to conduct negotiations with the U.S. The council’s main objective was to request full independence of the Philippines and a peaceful exit of the U.S. The request was dodged by U.S. diplomats.
Aguinaldo now realized that the United States had falsified their ambitions that their purpose in the war was Filipino independence, and he refused to accept the annexation.
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 Aguinaldo Emilio: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library
Emilio Aguinaldo was born into a prominent land- owning Tagalog...Kawit, a post his father had held before him.
AGUINALDO, EMILIO ame lyo agenal do, 1869 1964, Philippine...outbreak of the Spanish-American War, Aguinaldo returned to the Philippines and led a...1899 until he was captured by in 1901.
Malolos was the capital of the Philippine republic proclaimed (June, 1898) by the insurrectionary leader Emilio Aguinaldo; U.S. forces captured the town in Mar., 1899.
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General Emilio Aguinaldo was the President of the First Philippine Republic and leader of the Revolution against Spain and War in opposition to America occupation of the country.
Aguinaldo, still optimistic and unsuspecting of the real intentions of the Americans, convened a Revolutionary Congress at Malolos to ratify the independence of the Philippines and to draft a constitution for a republican form of government.
Aguinaldo had to retreat to the north of Luzon with the Americans closely trailing him.
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 Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo Station Hospital Information in Hospitals | Nurse Directory
Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo Station Hospital implement the AFP Family Planning in accordance with the DND-DOH agreement.
Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo Station Hospital operate and maintain a well baby clinic.
Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo Station Hospital record in Nurse Directory was last updated 2006-12-02.
www.nursedirectory.net /hospitals/camp-general-emilio-aguinaldo-station-hospital   (255 words)

 AmericanHeritage.com / FUNSTON Captures AGUINALDO
By WILLIAM F. In the relatively uneventful spring of 1901, news of an army officer’s daring exploit in a newly acquired possession across the Pacific was the talk of America.
Aguinaldo’s officers began to recover from their shock and were drawing their side arms, when Segovia let fly with the six cartridges in his own revolver.
William F. Zornow, currently on leave from the faculty of Kansas State College, is the author of Kansas: A History of the Jayhawk State, of Lincoln and the Party Divided, and of numerous magazine articles on historical subjects.
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 1898 - 1998: Philippine Presidents
milio Aguinaldo was born in Kawit, Cavite, on March 22 1869.
Due to inadequate reinforcements, Aguinaldo was forced to retreat to Biak-na-Bato in Bulacan.
Due to superior weapons, Aguinaldo was forced to flee to Palanan, Isabela.
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Born in Cavite El Viejo in 1869, Aguinaldo was the seventh of eight children of Carlos Aguinaldo, town mayor for several terms, and Trinidad Famy.
Emilio himself was elected mayor, taking office on January 1, 1895; at midnight that same day he was inducted into Freemasonry, which attracted many nationalists.
Aguinaldo's unrelenting pursuit of a free and independent Philippines did not diminish in the 48 years of American rule.
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 Camp Aguinaldo Golf Club   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Par 68 Camp Aguinaldo Golf Course was built to serve as a recreational facility for both officers and enlisted personnel as well as their dependents and guests.
Even before the formal construction of the Camp Aguinaldo Golf Course, military golfers have been using the parade grounds as their driving range.
During the incumbency of Lieutenant General Manuel F Cabal as Chief of Staff, the first nine holes of the course were constructed and completed in 1961.
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 USA Philippines War 1899-1902
General Jacob F. Smith, enraged by a guerrilla massacre of U.S. troops, launched a retaliatory campaign of such indiscriminate ferocity that he was court-martialed and forced to retire.
Aguinaldo and his government escaped, however, establishing a new capital at San Isidro in Nueva Ecija Province.
Aguinaldo was captured at Palanan on March 23, 1901, by a force of Philippine Scouts loyal to the United States and was brought back to Manila.
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 Emilio F. Aguinaldo - The Father of the  Philippine Republic
Emilio F. Aguinaldo - The Father of the Philippine Republic
milio F. Aguinaldo was born to Don Carlos Aguinaldo and Trinidad Famy in Cavite del Viejo, now known as Kawit, Cavite.
He faced trial for alleged acts of inimical to the existence of the new government and was given a death sentence by the military tribunal.
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 Emilio Aguinaldo College - Manila, Philippines
Emilio Aguinaldo College has affiliated with another international university to further strengthen the curricular programs of the College.
The Emilio Aguinaldo College of Medicine announces the new six (6) medical graduates who successfully passed the February 2007 Medical Licensure Board Examination given by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).
Emilio Aguinaldo College has been simultaneously striving to be one of the leading Colleges in the Philippines by giving its students academic, extracurricular and other resources that help them achieve the highest scholastic recognition in the country.
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 Emilio Aguinaldo College - College of Nursing & Midwifery
Emilio Aguinaldo College - College of Nursing and Midwifery
Emilio Aguinaldo College has its beginnings with the Marian School of Midwifery (1957), which was turned over to the University Physicians’ Services, Inc. in 1973.
© 2005-2007 Yaman Lahi Foundation, Inc. - Emilio Aguinaldo College.
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 Everybody's Colony - New York Times
JUST over a century ago, on June 12, 1898, at the bayside town of Cavite, a freshly minted generalissimo named Emilio Aguinaldo, then 29 years old, proclaimed the independence of the Philippines from three centuries of colonial rule by Spain.
Aguinaldo's nationalist soldiers were already besieging the Spanish troops inside Manila in the climax of a three-year rebellion.
America's first stumble into colonialism resulted in four years of grinding warfare with the disappointed revolutionaries before Aguinaldo's countrymen could be considered ''subdued.'' The cost was a body count of 20,000 Philippine ''insurrectionists,'' along with some 10,000 American soldiers killed, wounded or dead from disease.
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Aguinaldo’s presidential term formally began in 1898 and ended on April 1, 1901, when he took an oath of allegiance to the United States a week after his capture in Palanan, Isabela.
Aguinaldo is best remembered for the proclamation of Philippine Independence on June 12, 1898, in Kawit, Cavite.
This single act overshadowed the other distinguishing features of his administration, namely: the promotion of the stability of the Philippine currency; the initiation of a socioeconomic program aimed at the betterment of the poor; efforts to combat misdeeds in government, and the launching of his version of agrarian reform.
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Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy was born into the local elite of Cavite on the Island of Luzon in the Philippines.
After the U.S. declared war on Spain, Aguinaldo saw a possibility that the Philippines might achieve its independence; the U.S. hoped instead that Aguinaldo would lend his troops to its effort against Spain.
Not surprisingly, the United States refused to recognize Aguinaldo's authority and on February 4, 1899 he declared war on the U.S. forces in the islands.
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 Gen. Jose Ignacio Paua: A Chinese General in the Philippine Revolution
Aguinaldo admired Paua greatly because of his knowledge of the manufacture of firearms and for his deep sympathy toward the cause of the Filipinos.
Several times, he stopped the bayonet charges of the enemy at the left flank of Gen. Aguinaldo’s entrenched position.” Despite their superior arms and number, “Governor Blanco sadly returned to Manila, with his tattered battle colors, shattered forces, and shiploads of wounded.” Candido Tirona and many brave patriots died gloriously in that fierce battle.
Funds for the monument were raised from all sectors of the Chinese Filipino community as a tribute to this unknown and hitherto unsung hero of the Philippine revolution.
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General Lawton was assigned to take El Caney, which was defended by about 500 Spaniards, and Maj. Gen. Jacob F. Kent was in charge of a larger force assigned to take the San Juan position, which was held by about 1,200 Spaniards.
Meanwhile he blockaded the port and encouraged Filipino insurgents, led by Emilio Aguinaldo, whom Dewey had brought from exile in China, to besiege the city pending the arrival of American troops.
Aguinaldo, who had previously led an insurrection against Spanish rule, hoped for recognition of his Philippine Republic.
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 The Philippine Presidency Project
Thus, “Emilio F. Aguinaldo” or “Diosdado P. Macapagal” are barbarisms that desecrate their official memory.
Emilio Aguinaldo's term can either be dated to June 12, 1898, or to his formal inauguration as President on January 23, 1899.
While Estrada tried to reject Aguinaldo, Quezon, Laurel and Osmena as predecessors (Estrada didn't want to be counted the 13th president of the Philippines as it was an unlucky number for him), the official count of the country's presidents, de facto or de jure, remains at 14, including Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.
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 The Great Plebeian: Andres Bonifacio
In the election, Emilio Aguinaldo was elected President, Mariano Trias, Vice-President and Bonifacio as Secretary of the Interior.
Aguinaldo ordered Gen Pio del Pilar and Noriel who were being given new higher positions to leave the Bonifacio camp and go back to their duties.
He faced a trial for acts inimical to the existence of the new government and was given the death sentence by a military tribunal.
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 :: Welcome to Manila Bulletin Online ::
PRESENTED a certificate as Honorary Member of the Philippine Historical Association (PHA), the nation’s premier association of historians, on his 91st birth anniversary, President Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy at first demurred, claiming that he was not a historian.
On June 12, 1898, President Aguinaldo proclaimed Philippine independence and on January 23, 1899, he proclaimed the First Philippine Republic, the first in Asia.
Today is the 135th birth anniversary of President Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy.
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The flag supposedly used by Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo during the proclamation of Philippine independence on June 12, 1898, was recently found stashed away in a war memorial room in San Francisco.
Historical records relate that the flag, which was then called “Sun and Stars,” was designed by Aguinaldo himself and sewn in Hong Kong by Marcela Agoncillo with the help of her daughter Lorenza and Delfina Herbosa de Natividad, a niece of Dr. Jose Rizal.
The flag was brought to the Philippines by Aguinaldo on May 17, 1898, aboard the U.S. dispatch boat, McCulloch.
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 history-Part 2
In this conference, it was decided that Aguinaldo will hide in the mountains of northern Luzon while the Philippine army continues to fight but shift to guerilla warfare.
As Aguinaldo and his men were deciding that they shift their strategy into guerilla warfare, the Americans decided to launch a three-pronged attack against Aguinaldo in Pangasinan.
BLAS F. In 1925, two important institutions were born that expanded Dagupan towards Bani District.
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 The Aguinaldo Shrine - Kawit, Cavite at ROUGH GROOVE
“On June 12, 1898, Philippine independence was proclaimed from the center window of the original hous of the family of General Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy, President of the First Philippine Republci and leader of the revolution against Spain and America.
Emilio Aguinaldo’s Car which was restored by the Philippine Motor Association and Vintage Car Club of the Philippines.
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 About Scuba Diving in the Philippines
1898 June 12 - Aguinaldo declare Philippine independence; a constitutional government is established with Emilio F. Aguinaldo as the first president.
Several variation of the Philippine national flag were made until April 1897 when the Revolutionary Government under General Emilio Aguinaldo adopted the present design.
The flag, sewn by three Filipino women in Hong Kong, was first raised on June 12, 1898 in Kawit, Cavite.
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