the spanish went to war
Filipino revolts against the Spanish colonizers were mostly triggered by the forced labor imposed by the Spaniards, and the abuses done by Spanish officials and friars.
To retaliate for the revolt of the Jewish Zealots, and later the Bar Kokhba rebellion.
There were many attempts at revolt and revolution against the Spaniards in the 333 years of Colonial Spanish domination of the Philippines. The first serious attempt was made in 1587 and 1588 with support frim Japan and Brunei in what is called the conspiracy of the Maharlikas or the Tondo Conspiracy. It was leaked to the Spaniards in the early days of the plot. Those conspirators who were not executed were exiled to Mexico.
It was overthown by the Pueblo Revolt which expelled thee Spaniards for 12 years.
Thomas James Alton.
The Philippines were in revolt against Spain.
The Silang Revolt against the Spanish occupation in the Philippines ended in defeat. One of its leaders, Gabriela Silang was executed by Spanish authorities.
becuz the wanted freedom
the natives of New Mexico revolt against Spanish settlers because Spanish priests and soldiers burned their sacred objects and prohibited native rituals The Spanish also forced natives to work for them and sometimes abused them physically
The Spanish were killing them, enslaving them, taking their women and wealth.
Because they were not able to practice their native religion
Jose Julian Marti.
Father Miguel Hidalgo
Francisco FrancoFrancisco Franco.
They were in Revolt against harsh treatment in reconcentration camps.
Mexico gained its independence on September 16, 1810. This date marks Mexico's "cry of independence," which is when they staked a revolt against the Spaniards.
Cubans were in a revolt against the Spanish Colony.
They tried to end revolt.
yes, after the Pueblo Revolt drives them out.