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The Spanish-American War

The Spanish-American War

Andrés Bonifacio in The Spanish-American War

Andrés Bonifacio (1863-1897) was a key leader in the Filipino revolutionary struggle against Spanish colonial rule.

In July 1892, Andrés Bonifacio, a follower of Filipino nationalist José Rizal, formed the Katipunan, a secret brotherhood committed to winning Filipino independence through armed revolution against Spain. His organization helped spark the Philippine Revolution in 1896.

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