11 Things From Philippine History Everyone Pictures Incorrectly

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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In This Cave, You Can Find A Piece of Andres Bonifacio

While the image of Andres Bonifacio and his followers tearing up their cedulas in the Cry of Balintawak (Pugadlawin) is undoubtedly etched in the minds of Filipinos, little-known is the fact that the Supremo made his first declaration of independence a more than a year before the actual outbreak of the Revolution. It all happened inside this historic cave.

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The One Terrible Mistake That Changed Antonio Luna’s Life Forever

With the success of the Heneral Luna movie, almost everybody knows by now the unparalleled patriotism of the man known as the ‘fiery general’ of the Filipinos. As we all know, however, Antonio Luna was also just but a man prone to mistakes—and his greatest moment of weakness undoubtedly came when he betrayed the Katipunan.

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The Myth of Bonifacio’s “SOKA” (State of the Katipunan Address)

The State of the Nation Address (SONA), simply put, is a once-a-year event wherein the President of the Philippines addresses

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5 Awesome Philippine Heroes Who Are Not Filipinos

How do you define a hero? For most people, the term brings up images of Jose Rizal being shot in

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