… conquistadors under the leadership of Miguel López de Legazpi—first Spanish governor-general of the……
Who were the Spanish governor generals of the Philippines?
Under New Spain (1565–1761)
|1||Miguel López de Legazpi||April 27, 1565|
|2||Guido de Lavezaris||August 20, 1572|
|3||Francisco de Sande||August 25, 1575|
|4||Gonzalo Ronquillo de Peñalosa||April 1580|
Who was the first Spanish governor general of the Philippines in 1565 1571?
Miguel López de Legazpi, also known as El Adelantado and El Viejo (The Elder), was a Spanish conquistador who established one of the first European settlements in the East Indies and the Pacific Islands in 1565.
Who was dubbed as the most cruel governor-general in the Philippines?
Camilo García de Polavieja
|The Most Excellent The Marquis of Polavieja|
|Photograph by Kaulak|
|113th Governor-General of the Philippines|
|In office December 13, 1896 – April 15, 1897|
|Monarch||Alfonso XIII of Spain|
What country owns the Philippines?
By the Treaty, Cuba gained its independence and Spain ceded the Philippines, Guam and Puerto Rico to the United States for the sum of US$20 million.
Who is General Izquierdo?
Rafael de Izquierdo y Gutiérrez was a Spanish Military Officer, Political Leader and Statesman who became Governor-General of the Philippines from April 4, 1871 to January 8, 1873.
How many years did Spain stayed in the Philippines?
On June 12, 1898, Emilio Aguinaldo declared the Philippines independent from Spain and proclaimed himself president. After ruling for 333 years, the Spaniards finally left in 1898 and were replaced by the Americans who stayed for 48 years.