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Works by Andrés Bonifacio at LibriVox (public domain audiobooks) Andres Bonifacio: 1863–1897. United States Library of Congress; The Records of the Court Martial of Andres and Procopio Bonifacio Full text and online collection of court documents in Spanish and old Tagalog with regards to the Andres and Procopio Bonifacio trial.

philnews.ph/2011/04/12/the-life-works-and-ideals-of-bonifacio-a-subject-to-be...

Like Rizal, it will be known as “The Life, Works, and Ideals of Andres Bonifacio”, as he was recognized as the one who led the revolution against the maltreatment of the Spaniards to the Filipinos during the 19 th century. Bonifacio was then become famous for his title, the “Father of the Katipunan”.

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Andres Bonifacio (1863-1897), a Filipino revolutionary hero, founded the Katipunan, a secret society which spearheaded the uprising against the Spanish and laid the groundwork for the first Philippine Republic. Andres Bonifacio was born in Tondo, Manila, on Nov. 30, 1863. He grew up in the slums and knew from practical experience the actual conditions ...

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Works of Andres bonifacio? Unanswered Questions. Is Strasbourg or Brussels the capital city of Europe? How strong was Vince Carter in the NBA? Do A-List movie actors need to audition for parts?

www.philippinesbasiceducation.us/2012/12/andres-bonifacio-life-works-and...

“Including a course on the life, works and ideals of Andres Bonifacio in the collegiate curricula will strengthen the values of nationalism and patriotism. Lessons on national independence, collective action, civic consciousness and patriotism will be inculcated among the students.

www.thoughtco.com/andres-bonifacio-of-the-philippines-195651

Andrés Bonifacio (November 30, 1863–May 10, 1897) was a leader of the Philippine Revolution and the president of the Tagalog Republic, a short-lived government in the Philippines.Through his work, Bonifacio helped the Philippines break free from Spanish colonial rule.His story is still remembered in the Philippines today.

archiveofourown.org/tags/Andrés Bonifacio/works

Apolinario "Pole" Mabini is Andres Bonifacio's humble informant and adviser of the Katipunan. Emilio "Miong" Aguinaldo is the captain of Magdalo, one of America's champion troops against Spanish (and unwittingly, against Philippine Revolutionary) forces.

www.britannica.com/biography/Andres-Bonifacio

Andres Bonifacio, Philippine patriot, founder and leader of the nationalist Katipunan society, who instigated the revolt of August 1896 against the Spanish. Bonifacio was born of poor parents in Manila and had little formal education, working as a messenger and warehouse keeper before becoming

philippineheroesandheroines.blogspot.com/p/andres-bonifacio-his-life-and.html

Links in both home and pages about noted Philippine heroes and heroines like Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Aguinaldo, Gabriela Silang, Tandang Sora, Princess Urduja are provided for users wishing to dig into their works and lives.

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Poems and Works Katapusang Hibik Ng Pilipinas (The Last Appeal of the Philippines) Pag-ibig Sa Tinubuang Lupa Tapunan ng Lingap Ang mga Cazadores Huling Paalam ni Dr. Jose Rizal (Salin ng Mi Ultimo Adios ni Gat Andres Bonifacio) The Decalogue, a ten-point addressed to “sons of the country” and how they should behave