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QUIZ: How well do you know Manuel Quezon?

MANILA, Philippines – August marks siginificant events in the life of former president Manuel L. Quezon.

He was born on August 19, 1878 and died on August 1, 1944 at the age of 65.

From humble beginnings in the town of Baler, Quezon rose to the top by being a brilliant lawyer and a master politician. He spearheaded the bloodless fight for independence from the United States, propelling him to the presidency.

As president of the Philippine Commonwealth, he struggled with organizing national defense, helping disgruntled rural masses, fostering a sense of national unity, and combatting the Japanese invaders. 

Quezon was also instrumental in the adoption and development of a national language, earning the title, “Father of the National Language.

How well do you know this prominent master statesman? Take this quiz to find out.

Sources: Angara, Edgardo and Ner, Sonia P Manuel Luis Quezon, Enokawa, G.H. Manuel L. Quezon: From Nipa House to Malacanan, Quezon, Manuel L. The Good Fight (Autobiography). Local Government of Quezon City: Milestones of QC, Commonwealth Act No. 502, R.A. No. 14 s. 1946, Quezon III, Manuel L. :Things and Places Named After Quezon,  National Historical Commission: Restoration of Quezon Memorial Shrine, Law Creating the Province of Aurora