8 Dark Chapters of Filipino-American History We Rarely Talk About

While it cannot be denied that America has helped out our country a great deal, let us also not forget the times the ol’ US of A wrecked, backstabbed, and bamboozled the Philippines.

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8 Epic Battles in History Where Filipinos Kicked Ass

Here are some battles that prove just how rabidly fierce Pinoys are when it comes to fighting. Leonidas would have been proud of us.

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11 Things From Philippine History Everyone Pictures Incorrectly

For the benefit of enlightenment then, let us look at some of the famous events from Philippine history we’ve been picturing incorrectly and see them for what they really are—warts and all.

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Fantastic 116-Year-Old Color Pictures of the Philippines

You probably have seen some of these photos already, but not with vibrant colors. And that makes this photo collection special: the natural colors make the pictures more real, bringing us back to the year 1899 when Philippine-American War was in its earliest stages.

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Did Apolinario Mabini Hold A Secret Grudge Against Heneral Luna?

As we can recall, Apolinario Mabini, in his book La Revolucion Filipina, denounced Emilio Aguinaldo for his selfishness and alleged role in the death of Andres Bonifacio and Antonio Luna. However, it is interesting (and somewhat shocking) to note that the Sublime Paralytic apparently harbored a grudge against the Fiery General during the time they were working for the same government.

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