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AGUINALDO GOES TO SINGAPORE

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AGUINALDO GOES TO SINGAPORE
Isabelo Artacho
demanded
Aguinaldo to divide the P400,000 indemnity.

Aguinaldo wanted to buy arms and ammunition with which to fight the Spaniards.

Felipe Agoncillo
advised Aguinaldo to leave for Singapore.
Aguinaldo in Hongkong
The Honkong Junta is composed of Filipino patriots in Hongkong. They met to discuss on how to take over the Philippines, and they decided that Aguinaldo should go back to the country, leading the Filipinos ore against the Spaniards.
The Hongkong Junta
The interview with Pratt
Aguinaldo in Singapore
April 26, 1898.
Aguinaldo back in Hongkong
April 23, 1898.
E. Spencer Pratt, with Howard Bray as interpreter, persuaded Aguinaldo to side with the Americans against the Spaniards.

Pratt assured Aguinaldo that the Americans had no intention of making the Philippines a colony of U.S.A.

Aguinaldo agreed and returned to Hongkong.
Aguinaldo and Wildman
Rousenville Wildman, the American consul at Hongkong, told Aguinaldo to establish a dictatorial government, then a government similar to the States, in the Philippines.
Aguinaldo gave P50,000 to Wildman to purchase rifles and ammunition. P67,000 was given again for purchase of more arms and ammunicion but none were bought.
The Hongkong Junta
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