The Dagohoy And The Philippine Rebellion Of The Philippines

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One of the longest rebellion made in Philippine history was the Dagohoy Rebellion. The rebellion was led by himself, Francisco Dagohoy and it was held in the island of Bohol from year 1744 to 1829. This rebellion took the Spaniards 85 years to quell and completely end the act Francisco Dagohoy led. The reason why Dagohoy took rebellion was that the Spanish authorities did not allow and refused a Christian Burial for Dagohoy’s brother’s death. This made Dagohoy promise to himself that he will correct and take justice the wrong done to his brother, and led to a revolt against the Spanish people. Other than that, the Dagohoy together with his people took rebellion from the anger they accumulated from early revolts kindled by Spanish oppression, …show more content…
It was created and formed due to the discovery of the anti-colonial secret association, Katipunan, by the Spanish people on month of August 1st, 1896. They held a mass assembly in Caloocan where Katipunan leaders made a plan themselves into a revolutionary government, and proclaimed a nationwide-armed revolution. The revolution of the Filipinos started with support from the United States and a year after of the intense fighting, the Spanish made a formal agreement of Biak-na-Bato that ended the Philippine Revolution. The Philippine Revolution served as an important turning point into being nationalistic of the Filipinos, and was a major reason for the unavoidable ruination of Spanish Colonial Rule. It also led to the hostile relationship between the Spanish and Americans, and supposed to have caused the Spanish-American war for …show more content…
It was due to the Spanish was defeated at the fight of Manila Bay amid the Spanish American War. Even though the declaration of independence in the Philippines was not recognized by the Spain or United States, for the Filipinos, it meant that they were free and independent and signified to have a new life of their own, cutting all political relation with Spain. An act the Filipinos did was shown nationalism because in spite of not being recognized, the Filipinos still proclaimed their independence and showed themselves as their own nation.
The Philippine - American war was taken after the first Philippine Republic resisted the American occupation. This fight of the Philippines, also known as the Philippine War of Independence, was an armed battle between the Filipinos and United States revolutionaries. This war between the two countries was a continuity of the Philippine trudge for independence that started since in year 1896 with the Philippine Revolution. The battle ignited between the Filipino and American revolutionary forces on the month of February 4, year 1899, and suddenly accelerated into the 2nd fight of Manila in the year

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