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    The Dominicans and the Philippine Revolution, 1896–1903

    Edited by  Fidel Villaroel, OP
    Winner, Gintong Aklat Award, Editing, 1999
    Translated by Luis Antonio Mañeru and Fidel Villaroel
    All colonial wars of independence have produced two kinds of people, the national heroes, on one side, and the villains, on the other. In the case of the Philippine Revolution of 1896, not a few historians and people have nourished the idea that the villains were, more than any other Spaniards, the friars. Professor Fidel Villarroel, Spaniard and Dominican, who has lived for 42 years in the Philippines, tries to appear not as an interested party in that struggle, but as a witness to history.
    Manila: University of Santo Tomas Publishing House, 1999
    ISBN: 971-506-111-7
    452 pages

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