Manuel Tinio

Manuel Tinio

Manuel Tinio y Bundoc (June 17, 1877 – February 22, 1924) was the youngest General of the Philippine Revolutionary Army and in 1907, elected Governor of the Province of Nueva Ecija, Republic of the Philippines.

Read more about Manuel Tinio:  Antecedents, Early Years, 1896 and The Revolution, 1897, 1898, The Siege of Ilocos, The Establishment of The Civil and Military Government in Ilocos, 1899 and The Philippine–American War, The Battles in The North, 1900. Guerilla Warfare, 1901, The American Period - From General To Governor and Director, Some More Notes On The Man, and His Death, Descendants & Relatives

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