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Emilio jacinto

  1. 1. Emilio Jacinto y Dizon<br />BRAINS OF THE KATIPUNAN<br />
  2. 2. ...one of the greatest military genius during his time<br />Born:December 15, 1875<br />Birthplace:Trozo, Tondo, Manila.<br />Father: Mariano Jacinto<br />Mother:JosefaDizon<br />He was sent to live with his uncle, Don Jose Dizon.<br />
  3. 3. Jacinto's early education was supported by his widowed mother who worked as a midwife.<br />University of Santo Tomas<br />(where he studied law)<br />*One of his favorite books was the one about the French Revolution<br />*He also has in his collection a book on how to make gunpowder and dynamite<br />Colegiode San Juan de Letran<br />Bachelor of Arts<br />
  4. 4. At the age of 19, <br />he joined KATIPUNAN<br /><ul><li>served as Andres Bonifacio's secretary and fiscal
  5. 5. also supervised the manufacture of gunpowder
  6. 6. wrote for Kalayaan(Katipunan newspaper) </li></ul>Dimasilaw- pen name<br />Pingkian-alias in the Katipunan. <br /><ul><li>KartilyangKatipunan- contains the rules and regulations of the movement
  7. 7. “A La Patria” which was inspired by Dr. Jose Rizal's Mi Ultimo Adios, </li></li></ul><li>After Bonifacio's death, Jacinto pressed on the Katipunan's struggle. Like general Mariano Álvarez he refused to join the forces of general Emilio Aguinaldo, the leader of the Katipunan'sMagdalo faction. He contracted malaria and died in Majayjay, Laguna, at the age of 24. His remains were later transferred to the Manila North Cemetery.<br />
  8. 8. THE END<br />

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