Manuel L. Quezon

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Manuel L. Quezon

Ika-2 Pangulo ng Pilipinas
Unang Pangulo ng Komonwelt
Panunungkulan
Nobyembre 15, 1935 – Agosto 1, 1944
Pangalawang Pangulo Sergio Osmeña
Sinundan si Emilio Aguinaldo (position restored. 1935)
Sinundan ni Jose P. Laurel
Kapanganakan Agosto 19, 1878
Baler, Aurora
Kamatayan Agosto 1, 1944
Saranac Lake, New York, Estados Unidos
Partidong politikal Coalición Nacionalista (1935-1938); Nacionalista Party 1938-1944
Asawa Aurora Aragon
Hanapbuhay Abogado
Relihiyon Katoliko
Si Manuel L. Quezon' (Agosto 19, 1878 – Agosto 1, 1944) ay ang ikalawang Pangulo ng Republika ng Pilipinas (Nobyembre 15, 1935–Agosto 1, 1944). Siya ang kinilala bilang ikalawang pangulo ng Pilipinas, kasunod ni Emilio Aguinaldo (na ang administrasyon ay hindi kinilala ng ibang bansa sa mga panahong iyon at hindi kinilala bilang unang pangulo sa mga kapisanang internasyunal).

Manuel L. Quezon
Ipinanganak si Manuel L. Quezon sa Baler, sa lalawigan ng Tayabas (tinatawag na ngayong Aurora) noong Agosto 19, 1878. Ang tunay niyang pangalan ay Manuel L. Quezon. Anak siya nina Lucio Quezon at Maria Dolores Molina, kapwa mga guro. Nagtapos siya ng pag-aaral mula sa Colegio de San Juan de Letran noong 1893. Bilang isang binata, nakilahok siya sa pag-aalsa laban sa mga Kastila. Nakipaglaban din siyang kasama ng mga Pilipinong Nasyonalista sa panahon ng Digmaang Pilipino-Amerikano, bilang katulong ni Emilio Aguinaldo. Naipakulong siya dahil sa gawaing ito. Makaraang palayain, nanumpa siya ng katapatan sa Estados Unidos.
Naging manananggol si Baler sa Quezon. Noong 1906, nahalal siya bilang gobernador ng lalawigan ng Tayabas, ngunit nagbitiw upang makapangampanya para sa Asambleya ng Pilipinas, kung saan nakamit niya ang pagiging pinuno ng Asambleya. Mula 1909 hanggang 1916, nagsilbi si Quezon sa Estados Unidos bilang naninirahang komisyonero para sa Pilipinas. Sa panahong ito…...

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