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dc.contributor.authorZafra, Nicolas
dc.identifier.citationZafra, N. (1952). Andres Bonifacio and the outbreak of the Katipunan Revolt. Philippine Journal of Education, 31(4), 213-214, 226.en_US
dc.descriptionJournal article. Article compiled at Andres Bonifacio volume.en_US
dc.description.abstractThe Philippine Revolution was an event of great importance and significance in our history. It represented the united effort, will and purpose of the Filipino people to secure for themselves and their posterity the blessings of freedom and to raise their country to the status and dignity of a free and independent nation. The initial step towards this goal was taken in 1892 when Andres Bonifacio organized that year the Katipunan Society. Starting with only a handful of members, the Katipunan ng Mga Anak ng Bayan, as the Society was formally known, propagated itself gradually, although slowly at the beginning, among the Filipinos. Persons initiated into the Katipunan went through the ordeal of the "blood compact." This consisted in the initiate' s making a small incision on his arm, and with his own blood pledging his adherence to the Society and his willingness and readiness to defend it and the cause for which it stood, even at the cost of his own life .en_US
dc.publisherPhilippine Journal of Educationen_US
dc.subject.lcshRevolution (Philippines : 1896-1898)en_US
dc.titleAndres Bonifacio and the outbreak of the Katipunan Revolten_US
dcterms.accessRightsLimited public accessen_US
dc.citation.journaltitlePhilippine Journal of Educationen_US
local.subjectAndres Bonifacioen_US
local.subjectKatipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayanen_US

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