Early uniforms of the Filipino revolutionaries were inspired by the Spanish Guayabera and Guerrera; some were stolen uniforms from captive Spanish troops.
Basahin sa Filipino Mabini’s belief in doing the right thing was marked by pragmatism, conscience, and a refusal to mince words. On Mabini’s political ideology and reasonable idealism. (Part of the commemoration of the sesquicentennial of Apolinario Mabini’s birth.) True honour can be discerned in the simple manifestations of an upright and honest soul, not in brilliant continue reading : The Mabini Republic
Basahin sa Filipino Mabini was the brilliant legal luminary who built the bureaucratic foundation of Aguinaldo’s republic, and, arguably, the First Modern Filipino. (Part of the commemoration of the sesquicentennial of Apolinario Mabini’s birth.) Apolinario Mabini has been relegated to being a minor player in our pantheon of heroes. He is not a figure with well-defined virtues, continue reading : Mabini’s Revolt
ESTABLISHMENT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT: MANIFESTO SIGNED BY EMILIO AGUINALDO (Written by Apolinario Mabini) The following was the first official Philippine government document that Apolinario Mabini authored; it set out to organize the inner workings of government, from the local to the national level. Emilio Aguinaldo signed it as a manifesto on June 18, 1898. (Part of continue reading : Establishment of the Representative Government: A manifesto written by Apolinario Mabini, and signed by Emilio Aguinaldo