Rappler's latest stories on Philippine revolution
It's only happened twice in the country's history
Now a year later with all the blood spilled in the streets and poor neighborhoods of suspected drug pushers and addicts and lately the imposition of martial law in Mindanao it is fitting to ask if indeed our beloved country is in the throes of a revolution
If only Apolinario Mabini s draft constitution was not politicized by his nemeses Filipinas would have started enjoying the rights they have now as early as 1898
May 28 to June 12 mark the Flag Days in the Philippines How much do you know about the country s national flag?
Was the Philippine Revolution something like the liberal revolution in North America led by creole mestizo and indio elites aiming at unity and homogeneity ? What would it mean to consider this possibility?
Those who paid attention to their history lessons will remember that the Philippines did not remain free of a colonizing power long after that declaration
Bonifacio was home schooled fellow As he grew older and as life became more and more pressing Bonifacio struggled to improve himself by sharpening his mind through books
Rappler compiles 10 facts about Andres Bonifacio you should know
House Bill 3431 or the Andres Bonifacio Act of 2013 seeks to bestow the title to the Supremo of the Katipunan since no law officially gave that to Jose Rizal
From a ballet rock concert to a fiesta in Bonifacio Global City here are activities leading up to the hero s birth anniversary
President Aquino says the conviction of Renato Corona strengthens the spirit of democracy | The Palace launches a multimedia timeline of the Philippine Revolution on Independence Day which includes a rare video of First Philippine Republic founder General Emilio Aguinaldo | The national budget could hit 2 trillion pesos in 2013