Pío del Pilar

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Pío del Pilar (born Pío Isidro y Castañeda; July 11, 1860 – June 21, 1931) was a revolutionary general of the Philippines.wikipedia
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Makati

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He was born in Barrio Culi-culi (now Pio del Pilar), San Pedro de Macati (present-day Makati) on 11 July 1860.
The town was a cradle of Filipino passive resistance against Spanish colonial rule in the 1890s and the subsequent Philippine Revolution, with the participation of the local Katipunan council based in the area with Pio del Pilar, a local resident from the village of Culi-Culi, as its president.

Emilio Aguinaldo

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In time, however, he switched sides, aligning himself with the Magdalo faction and becoming one of Emilio Aguinaldo's trusted generals.
Facts leading to Bonifacio's execution remain questionable to this day as Emilio Aguinaldo had originally opted to have the Bonifacio brothers exiled rather than executed, but Pío del Pilar and Mariano Noriel, both former supporters of Bonifacio, persuaded Aguinaldo to withdraw the order for the sake of preserving unity.

Katipunan

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In May 1896, he joined the Katipunan and formed a chapter called Matagumpay (Triumphant), taking the symbolic name Pang-una (lit.

Tejeros Convention

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Del Pilar was present in the Tejeros Convention on March 22, 1897, which marked the split between the Magdiwang and Magdalo factions of the Katipunan.
Some Magdiwang leaders, led by Pio del Pilar and Mariano Llanera, recanted their previous insistence that the result of the convention is null and void, thereby recognizing the validity of the elected leaders, and later occupying the five vacant positions upon appointment from Aguinaldo.

Philippine Revolution

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Pío del Pilar (born Pío Isidro y Castañeda; July 11, 1860 – June 21, 1931) was a revolutionary general of the Philippines.

Artemio Ricarte

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Del Pilar was exiled to Guam along with Apolinario Mabini, Artemio Ricarte, and other patriots.
After said meetings, some of these members turned on Ricarte and notified the Americans, specifically the ex-General Pío del Pilar.

The Trial of Andres Bonifacio (film)

Ang Paglilitis ni Andres BonifacioThe Trial of Andres Bonifacio'' (film)

Battle of Pateros

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On December 31, Aguinaldo engaged the Spanish loyalist garrison at Pateros, catching them completely by surprise, meanwhile, Mariano Noriel and Pio del Pilar advanced on Taguig, Silang and Las Piñas.

Philippine Revolutionary Army

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Battle of Binakayan-Dalahican

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He also led a group of rebels in the Battle of Binakayan on November 9, 1896, capturing the town from Spanish authorities.

Philippines

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Pío del Pilar (born Pío Isidro y Castañeda; July 11, 1860 – June 21, 1931) was a revolutionary general of the Philippines.

José Rizal

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During this time, he had a chance meeting with Jose Rizal, and was inspired to distribute copies of his novel, Noli Me Tangere.

Noli me tangere

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During this time, he had a chance meeting with Jose Rizal, and was inspired to distribute copies of his novel, Noli Me Tangere.

Mariano Noriel

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It was del Pilar (along with Gen. Mariano Noriel) that advised Aguinaldo to change the commutation (banishment) to execution of Andrés and Procopio Bonifacio.

Morong, Rizal

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His last battle was with the Americans, in the town of Morong.

Guam

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Del Pilar was exiled to Guam along with Apolinario Mabini, Artemio Ricarte, and other patriots.

Apolinario Mabini

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Del Pilar was exiled to Guam along with Apolinario Mabini, Artemio Ricarte, and other patriots.

William Howard Taft

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He returned to the Philippines after Governor William Howard Taft extended pardons to the revolutionaries.

Jones Law (Philippines)

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He continued to fight for the cause of the Filipino people by supporting the Jones Bill for Filipinos' preparation for self governance.

Manila (province)

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