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*'''October 20, 1944''' – Allied  forces under [[Douglas MacArthur|Douglas MacArthur's]] command [[Battle of Leyte|landed at Leyte Island ]], fulfilling MacArthur's vow to return to the Philippines. They consolidated their hold on the archipelago in the [[Battle of Luzon]] after heavy fighting, and despite a massive Japanese naval counterattack in the [[Battle of Leyte Gulf]]. With the reconquest of the islands, MacArthur moved his headquarters to Manila, to [[Operation Downfall|plan the invasion of Japan]] in late 1945.
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*'''October 23, 1895''' – [[Emilio Jacinto]] wrote the essay ''Gising na, mga Tagalog''. It urged the Filipinos to unite in defending the country's honor and dignity.
*'''October 20, 1894''' – [[Andres Bonifacio]] presided over a meeting of directors of the [[Katipunan]]. Treasurer [[Feliciano Jocson]] presented him a record of the collections forwarded by the representative-directors of the Katipunan Supreme Council then headed by Ramon Basa.
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*'''October 23, 1898''' – After holding off for some time the offensive of revolutionaries led by [[Teodorico Novico]] and following a series of surrenders in the country, the Spanish colonial forces in Baler, Tayabas surrendered to the Filipinos.
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*'''October 23, 1944''' – General [[Douglas MacArthur]] restored the Philippine Commonwealth in [[Tacloban]], [[Leyte]] with [[Sergio Osmeña]] as President.
  
  
 
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Revision as of 00:27, 23 October 2017

  • October 23, 1895Emilio Jacinto wrote the essay Gising na, mga Tagalog. It urged the Filipinos to unite in defending the country's honor and dignity.
  • October 23, 1898 – After holding off for some time the offensive of revolutionaries led by Teodorico Novico and following a series of surrenders in the country, the Spanish colonial forces in Baler, Tayabas surrendered to the Filipinos.
  • October 23, 1944 – General Douglas MacArthur restored the Philippine Commonwealth in Tacloban, Leyte with Sergio Osmeña as President.


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