Rappler's latest stories on Philippine-American War
‘The bells are heirlooms from our ancestors,’ says Nemesio Duran. He claims to be a descendant of the Filipino guerrilla fighter who rang the bell in 1901 to signal the historic attack against Americans in Balangiga, Eastern Samar.
The Balangiga Massacre of September 28, 1901, is considered as one of the bloodiest events during the Philippine-American war
Rappler talks to director Jerrold Tarog and actors Art Acuña and Ronnie Lazaro about bringing historical figures to life through the big screen
House Resolution 339 also seeks to commend President Rodrigo Duterte for saying that the Philippines would pursue an independent foreign policy
What many people don’t realize is that Filipinos have been searching for mythical fortunes for quite some time – it’s just that each generation imagines the bounty in a different way
The return of the bell is facilitated by two US Navy veterans who are also working to return the Balangiga bell of Eastern Samar according to an American newspaper
Why are our students weak in Philippine history and social studies in general?
Learn more about the man who helped shape the young Philippine Republic and inspired Filipinos to fight for independence
The petition seeks official recognition of Gen Miguel Malvar as a former head of the Armed Forces of the Philippines