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Crown Prince Akihito raises the right arm of former President Emilio Aguinaldo at the Independence Balcony of the Aguinaldo Mansion in Kawit, Cavite during the Crown Prince’s state visit on November 5-10, 1962. In the photo: Irene Viola-Roces, Crown Prince Akihito, President Aguinaldo, and Crown Princess Michiko, and Secretary of Education Alejandro Roces. This photo will be given by President Benigno S. Aquino III to Emperor Akihito in his upcoming state visit to Japan on June 2-5, 2015…

Crown Prince Akihito raises the right arm of former President Emilio Aguinaldo at the Independence Balcony of the Aguinaldo Mansion in Kawit, Cavite during the Crown Prince’s state visit on November 5-10, 1962. In the photo: Irene Viola-Roces, Crown Prince Akihito, President Aguinaldo, and Crown Princess Michiko, and Secretary of Education Alejandro Roces. This photo will be given by President Benigno S. Aquino III to Emperor Akihito in his upcoming state visit to Japan on June 2-5, 2015…

The Americanization-The Taft commission also known as Second Philippine Commission (Filipino: Ikalawang Komisyon ng Pilipinas) was established by United States President William McKinley on March 16, 1900 following the recommendations of the First Philippine Commission. The Second Commission was at first the sole legislative body of the Philippines, then known as the Philippine Islands under the sovereign control of the United States, while still under the Philippine-American War.

Philippine bubble deniers are clueless about how credit bubbles work.

Aguinaldo boarding USS Vicksburg following his capture in 1901

Aguinaldo boarding USS Vicksburg following his capture in 1901

On this day in 1946, the United States recognized the independence of the Philippines. This was the culmination of a process that began in 1916, when the Jones Law pledged the eventual recognition of Philippine independence, and that continued with the Tydings-McDuffie Act of 1934, which provided for a ten-year transitional period to prepare for independence. The independence of the Philippines was marked by Manuel Roxas retaking his oath as President of the Philippines,

On this day in 1946, the United States recognized the independence of the Philippines. This was the culmination of a process that began in 1916, when the Jones Law pledged the eventual recognition of Philippine independence, and that continued with the Tydings-McDuffie Act of 1934, which provided for a ten-year transitional period to prepare for independence. The independence of the Philippines was marked by Manuel Roxas retaking his oath as President of the Philippines,

Ferdinand Marcos- Philippine President 1965 to 1986. I still believe he was the best Philippine President till date.

Ferdinand Marcos- Philippine President 1965 to I still believe he was the best Philippine President till date.

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The Philippines have a republic government. There president is Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III.

President Emilio Aguinaldo at the opening of Malolos Congress, with General Antonio Luna at his back

Emilio Aguinaldo during the opening of the Malolos Congress in Bulacan on September Aguinaldo arrived in Malolos from Cavite in August of that year, but only convened the Malolos Congress a month later together with 85 delegates.

Puppet States of Imperial Japan - José Paciano Laurel y García (March 9, 1891 – November 6, 1959) was the president of the Second Philippine Republic, a Japanese puppet state when occupied during World War II, from 1943 to 1945. Since the administration of President Diosdado Macapagal (1961–1965), Laurel has been recognized as a legitimate president of the Philippines.

On March Jose P. Laurel, president of the Japanese-sponsored Republic of the Philippines during World War II, from 1943 to was born in Tanauan, Batangas.

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