Monday, September 29, 2014

Filipino Heritage: The Making of a Nation Vol. 7: The Spanish Colonial Period (Late 19th Century): The Awakening

Title: Filipino Heritage: The Making of a Nation Vol. 7: The Spanish Colonial Period (Late 19th Century): The Awakening
Author: Alfredo Roces
Synopsis: The winds of change had began to blow across the land. More and more the colonizers were resorting to repressive measures. The Guardia Civil became a dreaded martial symbol. Decades before the martyrdom of the three Filipino priests – Burgos, Gomez, and Zamora – spies, night arrests, and detentions in Fort Santiago had become an accepted part of colonial living. Those looked upon as “subversives” by the authorities were swiftly purged from the community through exile. The Filipino exile’s role in the history of the struggle for nationhood through different epochs has started.
Year Published: c1978
ISBN: -
Format: Clothbound, dust-jacket, book paper
Size: 11 x 8.2
No. of Pages: pages 1,682-1,960
Condition: Dust jacket has water stains by the corners; leaves are fine and crisp with some light toning due to age; overall GOOD condition
Weight: 1,100 grams

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HAC Code: 3F0047

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