Aviso de justicia / Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy, Presidente de la Republica Filipina, Capitan General y en Jefe de su Ejército. 1900.

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Philippines. President (1899-1901 : Aguinaldo). Aviso de justicia / Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy, Presidente de la Republica Filipina, Capitan General y en Jefe de su Ejército.

Aviso de justicia / Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy, Presidente de la Republica Filipina, Capitan General y en Jefe de su Ejército. 1900.

Original signed copy of a proclamation of August 3, 1900 by President Aguinaldo, concerning the treatment of prisoners of war and of imperialist soldiers who surrender or are captured.

[2] leaves ; 33 cm.

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