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The Silang Revolt happened during the British occupation of the Philippines during the Spanish colonization period. Don't get confused, it's still the Spanish period. The British actually asked the help of Diego Silang to overthrow the Spanish Rule. -Leo Amadeus Ruiz. :)

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