philippines

  1. kasumigenx

    WI: Temur Khan or Zhenjin of Yuan or Mongols takes a Princess from Luzon/Selurong, Empress Sasaban as his concubine

    From what I researched Raden Wijaya took a Princess from Luzon as his first wife who he married while he was trying to take over Singhasari to establish Majapahit only to abandon her and erase her from history and her children would go on and sire noble clans in that island and her lands would...
  2. KingOnTheEdge

    AHCWI: Spanish India

    Despite kickstarting the age of exploration with their Aztec gold and controlling the 4th largest empire in history at its height (then the largest by a huge margin), Spain didn't have much of an Asian empire. The Philippines were good for what they were, plantations and a stop on the way to...
  3. kasumigenx

    Victory of Dharma - A Philippines TL
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    On 1660, the population of the Hindus in Saludong would turn for the better which would change the fate of the colony of the Spanish in Saludong or the Spanish Nueva Castilla, on the 1660s the Hindus would take advantage of the strife and take a few lands from the Christians in the Northern half...
  4. kasumigenx

    A Different End to the Spanish American War
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    On the latter part of May 1898, Makabulos would ally with Luna and would reject Aguinaldo on June 1898 imprisoning Aguinaldo after his arrival as a traitor, the new government, reestablishing the Tagalog republic which was betrayed by Aguinaldo last year would give the Americans a different...
  5. GameBawesome

    WI: Revolt of the Lakans (Tondo Conspiracy) successful

    The Tondo Conspiracy was a revolt planned by Tagalog maharlikas, led by Don Agustin de Legazpi of Tondo and his cousin Martin Pangan, to overthrow the Spanish in the Philippine. It ranged from provinces near Manila all the way to the Calmaianes Islands. It sought out help from a Japanese...
  6. Empire of New Castille
    Threadmarks: War of Independence

    War of Independence In July 1 of 1823, Captain Novales, Lieutenant Ruiz and Sergeant Mateo, 30 sergeants and 1000 soldiers mostly of Mexican or South American origins, declared Novales as Emperor of the Philippines. As Novales marched his men through Manila’s Camino Real, they were all...
  7. German North Borneo

    If Gustav Overbeck had established a colony in North Borneo with German instead of British support, would the German Empire have acted differently in the Spanish-American-War in regards to the Philippines? Would they be interested in aquiring the Philippines. And would the Concession in Qingdao...
  8. kasumigenx

    Spanish Deuterium
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    “Madrid Protocol “The Madrid Protocol of 1885 is an agreement between Great Britain, Germany and Spain to recognise the sovereignty of Spain over the Sulu Archipelago and North Borneo as well as the limit of Spanish influence in the region as well as of the fate of Luzon. The British...
  9. Gillan1220

    AHC: Prevent the Philippines from falling to the Japanese during WWII

    Whether its reinforcing the PI early in the war, deploying more B-17s, or at least more USN submarines in the region, How will these prevent the Japanese conquest of the Philippines?
  10. Ninoy Aquino, President of the Philippines?

    Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino Jr. was a former Philippine senator and one of the more famous opponents of the dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos. In 1983, after three years in exile, Aquino returned to his home country only to be assassinated mere seconds after setting foot in his homeland's soil. His...
  11. kasumigenx

    Regnum Tagalorum
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    Inspired by this https://lifesomundane.net/2016/05/tagalog.html “That Prince is impressive, I heard that he liberated the northern half of the island already, he is a muslim who was allied with the Wako or pirates in Japan, he would need to contend with my troops.” “He is related to the...
  12. kasumigenx

    WI: Luzon is Portuguese prior to Philip II inheriting Portugal

    Here is the situation in the scenario I am talking about 1517, the Portuguese-Majapahit alliance wins at Daha with Demak defeated. 1520 The Portuguese-Majapahit alliance expels the Bruneians in Selurong[1], a Majapahit Mandala in the North of Borneo. 1521 Magellan lands in Cebu 1522 Portugal...
  13. kasumigenx

    The Tea and the Quill a 19th century timeline
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    This is an expanded version of this https://www.alternatehistory.com/forum/threads/british-luzon-tl-1885.488180/ Chapter 1 Freepedia Madrid Treaty On the Treaty Spanish Government renounces, as far as regards the British Government, all claims of sovereignty over the Island of Luzon...
  14. kasumigenx

    British Luzon TL 1885
    Threadmarks: Chapter 1

    Freepedia The Treaty was signed as the Spanish had been considering selling the whole archipelago for a century since the 7 years war, but the Spanish would now decide that ceding a rebellious part of their colony would be worth it in exchange for something that is more profitable. However...
  15. kasumigenx

    DBWI Spain does not sell Luzon to Britain in 1885

    IOTL Spain did not yield to Britain’s demands to give up its claims to Sabah but instead gave up Luzon to Britain which costed 1 million pounds which was a bargain and Spain would gain rights to Sabah and an alliance with Britain, the consequence of this was Britain allying with Spain and later...
  16. kasumigenx

    Dois Países – a Tale of the Two countries
    Threadmarks: Sold lands?

    Dois Países – a Tale of the Two countries Sold lands? On the late 15th century the Bruneian fleet embarking to Tondo would sink to the bottom of the oceans never to be found again, that was to the land which is a Mandala of Majapahit and is loyal to the Majapahit, after the death of Bolkiah...
  17. Andrew Boyd

    DBWI: The US takes over the Philippines instead of Cuba

    The immediate aftermath of Spanish-American War saw the US at a crossroads in terms of which colony it desired to take over the most. As well all know, it would be Cuba that was selected over the Philippines by virtue of being closer and therefore easy to control. But what if the Philippines...
  18. kasumigenx

    Terraces and Pagodas Neo – A Philippines Timeline
    Threadmarks: Escape of Kaylangitan

    Terraces and Pagodas Neo – A Philippines Timeline Escape of Kaylangitan On the later part of the 15th century, the Pinatubo Volcano would erupt and the chieftain of Tondo would be defeated in battle by the Sultan of Brunei, the daughter of the chieftain of Tondo would be offered to marry the...
  19. Chris Triangle

    The Eagle and the Phoenix: a Less Than Splendid Little War

    The Eagle and The Phoenix: A Less than Splendid Little War Introduction. (You can skip this if you want to get to the war) The Lead Up to the War Note: I plan to expand this to cover the Cuban revolution in more detail and edit it as needed. The war itself is often regarded to have begun...
  20. Andrew Boyd

    AHC: Another Christian majority nation in Asia.

    I was thinking about how the Philippines is the only Christian-majority nation in Asia. As well as how it contrasts to the number of Christian-majority nations in Africa today. With that in mind, what would it take for another Asian country to get a majority Christian population?
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