Valentin Diaz

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AS A MATTER OF FACT By Sara Soliven De Guzman The Philippine Star  I am haunted by one of my late father, Maximo V. Soliven’s beautifully written column about Philippine Independence entitled: A Portrait of the Filipino as a hero: In search of himself. This column was written a decade ago on June 12, 1990. I had always kept it, waiting for a perfect day Read More …

Aguinaldo and his loyal followers before leaving for exile in Hong Kong. Note: Valentin Diaz, 3rd row,3rd from left.

In commemoration of Bonifacio Day on November 30, the following article highlights the life of Valentin Diaz, one of the founders of the Katipunan or K.K.K., the secret society that started the Philippine Revolution of 1896, and that of his cousin Eulalio Diaz who fought the Americans during the Philippine-American War.  (This article was originally published in Global Balita on November 29, 2011). A Pact Read More …

Aguinaldo and his loyal followers before leaving for exile in Hong Kong. Note: Valentin Diaz, 3rd row,3rd from left.

In commemoration of Bonifacio Day on November 30, the following article highlights the life of Valentin Diaz, one of the founders of the Katipunan or K.K.K., the secret society that started the Philippine Revolution of 1896, and that of his cousin Eulalio Diaz who fought the Americans during the Philippine-American War. A Pact sealed with Blood 1: The Diazes of Paoay By George M. Hizon Read More …

ni George M. Hizon Isa sa pinakatanyag na kilusang lihim na itinatag sa Pilipinas ay ang K.K.K. Kilala rin bilang KATIPUNAN, ang K.K.K. ay isang acronym na nagkakahulugang Kataastaasan Kagalanggalangan Katipunan ng mga Anak Ng Bayan. Nagsimula noong 1892, ang pangunahing layunin ng K.K.K. ay mapatalsik ang 350-daan taong pamahalaan ng mga Kastila sa Pilipinas. Napakaraming artikulo ang naisulat tungkol sa kiliusang ito, nguni’t kaunti lang Read More …