Memorias de la Revolucion Filipina de Apolinario Mabini
Memorias de la Revolución Filipina de Apolinario Mabini (Memories of the Philippine Revolution by Apolinario Mabini) is a collection of writings by Filipino Revolutionary leader Apolinario Mabini. Divided into sections covering the background, outbreak, progress, and aftermath of the Philippine Revolution of 1896, as well as Mabini’s role and his perspective on the American regime, this book offers a comprehensive exploration of this pivotal period in Philippine history.
Through this book, students, scholars, and history enthusiasts are invited to immerse themselves in the profound ideas and nationalist sentiments of Apolinario Mabini, who is considered as the “brain of the revolution.”
This edition was prepared by the Department of Education as mandated by Law No. 1881 which required Spanish units for students in law, commerce, liberal arts, diplomatic service, education, and medicine.
Buró de la Imprenta Pública, Philippines
Softcover / 9.09 x 5.83 inches / 254 pages / BW
One copy only. Previously owned, with foxing stains on front cover and pages, handwriting on some pages, and missing back cover.