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The Meaning Behind The Bolo 2

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  • 1. TheCryofBalintawak
  • 2.
  • 3. Cry of Balintawak(1905-1911)
    Location before:Balintawak
    Cloverleaf
    Location now: Vinzons Hall
    kinasinayaan
    noong29 ngNobyembre, 1968.
    Revolutionary Katipunero
  • 4. Born in Santa Cruz Manila on Nov 8, 1889
    Sculptor and painter
    Finished artistic training at Escuela de Pintura, Escultura y Grabado in 1898
    Ramon Lazaro Martinez
  • 5.
  • 6. KataastaasangKagalanggalangangKatipunanngmgaAnakngBayan
    (July 7, 1892 - August 19 1896)
  • 7. secret society which spearheaded the uprising against the Spanish
    derived its ideological principles from the French Revolution
    provided a significant platform for freedom, equality and independence.
  • 8. Political goal: completely separate the Philippines from Spain
    Moral goal: teach the Filipinos good manners
    Civic goal: encourage Filipinos to help themselves and to defend the poor oppressed.
  • 9. sanduguan (blood compact)
    “triangle system” of recruitment
    contribute one Real (about 25 centavos) each month for funds
  • 10. “ …lumikhangmgalidermag-aaralsa UP ngisangluponsabantayogngSigawngPugadLawin…”
    “Symbolizes the figurative defiance and nationalism of the Katipunan Revolution”
    Importance to UP students today:
  • 11. Pasyal UP
    http://www.philippine-history.org/katipunan.htm
    http://en.wikipilipinas.org/index.php?title=Image:Katipunan_(KKK).jpg
    http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/Cynthia/festivals/bonifa1.jpg
    http://www.historyking.com/Biography/Biography-Of-Andres-Bonifacio.html
    Sources: