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Significance of the Philippines revolts against the Spaniards
The signifigance of the Philippines revolts against the Spaniards is that is brought upon Filipino nationalism from the opening up of the Suez canal opened them up to modern ideas of liberty.Disillusionment over Spanish rule- common sufferings under [ tyrannical rule of the Spaniards fostered a feeling of unity among Filipinos. ]
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