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Mariano Ponce and the Philippine–American War: A View of the Man and His Deeds Through His Letters from Japan

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Author(s): Jean Paul Zialcita

Journal: Social Science Diliman
ISSN 1655-1524

Volume: 7;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 30;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Mariano Ponce | Cartas sobre la Revolución | Philippine-American war | Philippine history

ABSTRACT
The article takes a closer look at the character and deeds of Mariano Ponce, a key actor in the Philippine struggle for independence from Spain and, later, the United States. This is done through a detailed examination of several letters he wrote in 1899 while stationed in Japan as representative of the Philippine revolutionary government headed by General Emilio Aguinaldo. The letters allow a deepened understanding and appreciation of Ponce as revolutionary and patriot and enhance our grasp of a pivotal event in the Philippine’s past: the Philippine-American War of 1899–1902.
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