The Andres Bonifacio Monument

Today, November 30, 2013, is the sesquicentennial birth anniversary of Andres Bonifacio, and the 80th anniversary of the unveiling of one of the country’s most enduring landmarks, the Bonifacio Monument, designed and wrought by National Artist for Sculpture Guillermo Tolentino. The Presidential Museum and Library has launched its online commemoration, featuring a comprehensive essay, videos, and continue reading : The Andres Bonifacio Monument

Mrs. Andres Bonifacio’s Letter to Emilio Jacinto Re: Bonifacio’s Arrest (English Translation)

Translated by Epifanio de los Santos, from the Bonifacio Papers online collection. They (the Magdalo partisans) held a secret meeting and resolved to pursue him and pick a quarrel with him, and, if he became offended, to kill or disarm and bind him (A. Bonifacio), together with his soldiers. When the detachment came, they sent a continue reading : Mrs. Andres Bonifacio’s Letter to Emilio Jacinto Re: Bonifacio’s Arrest (English Translation)

Mrs. Andres Bonifacio’s Letter to Emilio Jacinto Re: Bonifacio’s Arrest

From The Revolt of the Masses: The Story of Bonifacio and the Katipunan, by Teodoro A. Agoncillo (Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 2002 [1956]). Sila (ang mga taga Magdalo) ay nagdaos ng isang lihim na pulong at pinagpasyahang usigin siya at siya’y hamunin sa isang kagalitan, at kung siya’y mamuhi ay pagpapatayin sila o continue reading : Mrs. Andres Bonifacio’s Letter to Emilio Jacinto Re: Bonifacio’s Arrest