Flag of the Kataastaasang Kagalang-galang na Katipunan ng mga Anak
ng Bayan (Most High, Most Respectable Association of the Sons of the People).
Supremo Andres Bonifacio's Ceremonial and war standards from 1892-1896.
Variation of the Katipunan war standard with the three Ks arranged to form
Katipunan flag representing the Kataastaasan, Kagalang-galang na Katipuinan
Andres Bonifacio rallied his troops under the Katipunan war standard in
the first battle against the Spanish Government Forces in Pasong Tamo,
Caloocan, on August 25, 1896
Official flag of the de facto Philippine Government, (Merged Magdalo and
Magdiwang). The eight rays of the sun represent Manila, Bulacan, Pampanga,
Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, Laguna, Cavite, and Batangas. At the center of the
sun is the ancient Tagalog alphabet K, for Kalayaan or Liberty.
The Flag was revised and also declared as official flag of the Philippine
Government and its forces at the Naic, Cavite Assembly on March 17,
General Mariano Llanera flew the emblem bearing the skull and crossbones
in Nueva Ecija in 1896.
General Pio del Pilar and his Katipuneros of Magtagumpay, Culi Culi,
San Pedro in Makati fought their battles under the banner and adopted it
as his own in 1896.
The Tricolor Flag of General Gregorio del Pilar was used in the Battle
of Pasong Balite, Bulucan and his last stand, Battle of Tirad Pass, Ilocos
Sur on December 2, 1899.
The Philippine National Flag was officially displayed in Kawit, Cavite,
on June 12, 1898, to mark the Declaration of Independence and the inaugurration
of the First Philippine Republic.