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Retreat to Montalban
Part of the Philippine Revolution
DateAugust 1897
LocationCavite, Morong
Result Massive Filipino casualties
Belligerents
Philippine revolution flag kkk1.svg Katipunan Spain Spanish Empire
Commanders and leaders
Philippine revolution flag kkk1.svg Emilio Aguinaldo
Philippine revolution flag kkk1.svg Manuel Tinio
SpainPrimo de Rivera
SpainRicardo Monet
SpainGeneral Nuñez
Strength
between 50,000-70,000 men unknown
Casualties and losses
heavy unknown


The Retreat to Montalban occurred after Aguinaldo's forces were pushed out of Cavite, Aguinaldo and his forces marched to Puray, Montalban and eventually found his way to central Luzon. Aguinaldo's forces were pushed out of Cavite, and his forces marched to Puray, Montalban and eventually found his way to central Luzon, then retreated towards the caves of Biak-na-bato, he began to negotiate the peace pact known as the Pact of Biak-na-Bato. The Spanish pursuit against retreating Katipunero forces towards central Luzon killed many of the rebels in the process. However, some of them joined the General Manuel Tinio's revolutionary army in Nueva Ecija, where they decisively won the Battle of Aliaga, "The glorious battle of the rebellion", the next few weeks later after the retreat ended.

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