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General Sakay by WylzGutierrez General Sakay by WylzGutierrez
He was a general during the Philippine Revolution against Spain and later in the Philippine-American War.

"Filipino resistance to American rule did not end with the capture of Emilio Aguinaldo on March 23, 1901. There were numerous resistance forces fighting for independence until 1910. One of these forces was led by Macario Sakay who established the "Republika ng Katagalugan" ( literally, "Tagalog Republic", but by "Katagalugan", Sakay meant the entire Philippines, and not only the Tagalog-speaking provinces; he and his men were loathed to use "Philippines", which was named after King Philip of Spain)."

Source: Philippine-American War, 1899-1902
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