Leon Kilat

For more than 300 years, colonial Spain used torture and violence to impose their will on the Filipino people. All that changed in 1896 when a revolution erupted. By 1898, their fate was sealed. In the island province of Cebu, a man who was known by his alias as ‘Leon Kilat’, led the Cebuanos in an uprising that eventually gave them freedom and independence. This is the story of that uprising. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781465810175
About Emil Justimbaste

My name is Emil B. Justimbaste. I am a Filipino, a resident of Ormoc City, Leyte, a province in Eastern Visayas. I can speak English, Waray, Cebuano, Tagalog and can understand Spanish and Latin, having studied in the seminary. Although I am not a journalism graduate, I used to work as a journalist, a writer of news and feature stories, an opinion writer and an editor. I can also layout magazines as you can see here. I am an author of four ebooks which are sold in Amazon-Kindle.

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