This place of serenity and grace was once full of chaos and destruction long before its declaration of independence.
This country has gone through violence, war, and pain for decades to earn its stripes to thrive and strive on its own from 1946 and so forth.
It is home to the everlasting courageous; Philippines.
After decades of merciless attempts to strip away their culture and land away from what they call their own, the Americans had realized their vulnerabilities. The war has been abruptly halted by the Treaty of Paris signed by president Theodore Roosevelt in 1902.
All riots had been stopped in 1946 of July, 4. The Philippines was granted full independenceas a republic by the United States. Manuel Quezon was elected the first president of the Philippines in 1935, the same year that the United States established the Philippines as an original country.
Since the Phil-Am war, heroes will be remembered. The history of violence will be past them. The war may had gone on for decades. Though, as of July 4, 1946, their full independence as a republic will go one for centuries as they continue to rely on their unity and determination to serve as one.
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