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*'''October 18, 1950''' – 23 of the Philippine Politburo's top leaders were arrested in Manila, including General Secretary Jose Lava. Politburo was the secretariat of the Central Committee of the [[Partido Komunista ng Pilipinas]] (PKP), a pro-Soviet communist party. It merged with the Socialist Party in 1938 and created the [[Hukbalahap]] armed faction that struggled against the Japanese during World War II.
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*'''October 19, 1852''' – Queen Elizabeth II of Spain allowed the Catholic religious order Society of Jesus to return to the Philippines to handle missions in Jolo and Mindanao.
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*'''October 19, 1898''' – The  [[Universidad Literaria de Filipinas]] or (Literary University of the Philippines) was established by former President [[Emilio Aguinaldo]].  The teachings included Civil and Criminal Law, Administrative Law, Medicine and Surgery, Pharmacy and studies pertaining to the Notarial profession.
  
  
                 
 
 
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Revision as of 00:13, 19 October 2017

  • October 19, 1852 – Queen Elizabeth II of Spain allowed the Catholic religious order Society of Jesus to return to the Philippines to handle missions in Jolo and Mindanao.
  • October 19, 1898 – The Universidad Literaria de Filipinas or (Literary University of the Philippines) was established by former President Emilio Aguinaldo. The teachings included Civil and Criminal Law, Administrative Law, Medicine and Surgery, Pharmacy and studies pertaining to the Notarial profession.


To learn more about Philippine history and literature, visit Filipiniana.net