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Kung bakit naaalala ang Marso 8 at laging babae ang aswang Kung bakit naaalala ang Marso 8 at laging babae ang aswang

(Muling inilalathala ng philippinehistory.ph ang artikulong ito bilang pagkilala... 

The world we live today The world we live today

The world we live today had been different millions of years ago – and will... 

SAF 44: Questions and consequences SAF 44: Questions and consequences

By Jose “Pepe” Abueva Last Sunday, January 25, 44 Special Action Force (SAF)... 

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All about Jose Rizal All about Jose Rizal

RIZAL LAW (Sources: Jose Rizal in Our Times, Augusto de Viana; Jose Rizal’s... 

Nationalism in the 19th Century Nationalism in the 19th Century

RIZAL COURSE -The concept of nationalism in the Philippines came in the 19th century... 

Ngayon sa Kasaysayan: 22 Disyembre Ngayon sa Kasaysayan: 22 Disyembre

1762- Ipinahayag ang isang kautusan ng Haring Carlos IV na nagtatadhana ng pagtatatag... 

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Ngayon sa Kasaysayan: 14 Disyembre Ngayon sa Kasaysayan: 14 Disyembre

1600- Naglaban sa labas ng Look ng Maynila ang mga bapor pandigma ng mga Kastilang pinamumunuan ni Antonio de Morga at mga Olandes na pinamumunuan ni Admiral Oliver van Noort. 1837- Isang taripa ang ipinahayag na sumasaklaw sa pagpasok ng mga kalakal sa Maynila. 1863-Kapanganakan ni Arsenio Cruz Herrera, manananggol, kagawad ng Kongreso ng Malolos at... [Read more of this review]

Exposing China’s historical lies Exposing China’s historical lies

Solita Monsod, in her column published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer on June 21, hailed Justice Antonio Carpio’s demolition of China’s claim over almost the whole of South China Sea, using China’s own ancient maps, constitutions and official pronouncements. She cited Carpio’s presentation of his 63-page paper entitled “Historical Facts,... [Read more of this review]

Brief History of Armed Conflicts in Mindanao and Sulu Brief History of Armed Conflicts in Mindanao and Sulu

By Norodin Alonto Lucman  Philippine history in school textbooks tend to confuse rather than enlighten. The starting point of Philippine history was 1899 known as the Malolos Constitution, a political construct conceived by ilustrados who maintained filial and historical ties with Mother Spain.  The 1896 Katipunan Rebellion was not a Philippine insurrection.... [Read more of this review]

Through the eye of the storm in Leyte and Samar Through the eye of the storm in Leyte and Samar

By Gloria Esguerra Melencio Now comes Yolanda, reported to be the strongest typhoon to hit the world that is now bringing Leyte and Samar to its knees, as it has been knocking down standing structures such as houses, lamp posts and uprooting trees in 2013. Philippine News Agency reported that some 20 people from Palo, a 30-minute jeepney ride from Tacloban,... [Read more of this review]

A thousand words for a house in Balangiga A thousand words for a house in Balangiga

A famous house in Balangiga, Eastern Samar. Photo by Gloria Esguerra Melencio By Hernan S. Melencio (philippinehistory.ph publishes this article in memory of the Samareños who died during the Balangiga Encounter in September 1901) An old wooden house sits at a street corner like an aging man silently waiting the passing of time and helplessly watching... [Read more of this review]

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