Prehistory of the Philippines Tabon Caves are the site of one of the oldest human remains found in the Philippines:
See the Early Inhabitants of the Philippine Islands. In the beginning of the 3rd century, the inhabitants of Luzon island were in contact and trading with East Asian sea-farers and merchants including the Chinese. In the 's the Japanese also established a trading post at Aparri in Northern Luzon.
InMuslim Arabs arrived at the Sulu Archipelago and established settlements which became mini-states ruled by a Datu.
They introduced Islam in the southern parts of the archipelago including some parts of Luzon and were under the control of the Muslim sultans of Borneo. They had a significant influence over the region for a couple of hundreds years.
The Malay Muslims remained dominant in these parts until the 16th century. He explored the islands and named it Archipelago of San Lazaro. Spain continued to send expeditions to the island for financial gain and on the fourth expedition, Commander Ruy Lopez de Villalobos, named the islands: Spain ruled the Philippines for years.
Legazpi chose Manila to be it's capital because of it's natural harbor. Spain's legacy was the conversion of the people to Catholicism and the creation of the privileged landed class. Because of abuses and suppression of the Spaniards, a Propaganda Movement emerged with the aims for equality between Filipinos and Spaniards.
The arrest of propagandist Dr. Jose Rizal and execution in gave fresh momentum to Filipino rebels to fight against Spain. Aguinaldo's victories lead him to be elected as head of the Katipunan. Aguinaldo later drafted a constitution and established the Republic of Biak-na-Bato in Bulacan province.
Inan impasse between the Spanish government and Aguinaldo arose. On May 1,the Americans led by U.
On June 12,Filipinos led by Emilio Aguinaldo declared independence. This declaration was opposed by the U. And this led to a guerrilla war against the Americans. InAguinaldo was captured and declared allegiance to the United States.
On the same year, William Howard Taft was appointed as the first U. Congress, established the Commonwealth of the Philippines and promised Philippine independence by The law also provided for the position of President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines.
On the May 14, elections, Manuel L. Quezon won the position of President of the Philippine Commonwealth.
While the forces of Gen. Manila was declared an open city to prevent further destruction. American and Filipino forces surrendered in May 6, Prior to Quezon's exile, he advised Dr.
Laurel to head and cooperate with the Japanese civilian government in the hope that the collaboration will lead to a less brutality of the Japanese towards the Filipinos. Rightly or wrongly, President Laurel and his war time government was largely detested by the Filipinos.
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Constitution of the Philippines Three other constitutions have effectively governed the country in its history: the Commonwealth Constitution, the Constitution, and the Freedom Constitution.
Evolution of Philippine Constitution; Cory’s Proclamation No. 3 by Napoleon G.
Rama, Philippines Free Press, 19 April ;Commissioned by: Revolutionary Government of Corazon Aquino. The national territory comprises the Philippine archipelago, with all the islands and waters embraced therein, and all other territories over which the Philippines has sovereignty or jurisdiction, consisting of its terrestrial, fluvial and aerial domains, including its territorial sea, the seabed, the subsoil, the insular shelves, and other submarine areas.
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