Fermín Jáudenes

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Fermín Jáudines y Álvarez
114th Governor-General of the Philippines
In office
July 24 – August 13, 1898
Preceded by Basilio Augustín
Succeeded by Francisco Rizzo
Personal details
Born (1836-07-07)July 7, 1836
A Coruña, A Coruña, Spain
Died February 11, 1915(1915-02-11) (aged 78)
Logroño, La Rioja, Spain

Fermín Jáudines y Álvarez (July 7, 1836 - February 11, 1915) was briefly a Spanish Governor-General of the Philippines, from July 24 to August 13, 1898[1] during the Spanish–American War and the second phase of the Philippine Revolution.

During his term, Spanish turned over the Philippines capital, Manila, to the United States Army in the "mock" Battle of Manila and in the process the Spanish surrendered to America, ending over 330 years of rule of Spanish colonial rule.

Jáudenes was in Manila when the Spanish parliament, the Cortes, learned of Governor-General Basilio Augustín's attempt to negotiate the surrender of the army to Filipinos under Emilio Aguinaldo.[1] This caused Augustin's removal on July 24, 1898, and the appointment of Jáudenes.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "1898: Five Philippine Governors-General Serve Rapid Fire Terms" (PDF). Philippine Philatelic Journal. 

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Political offices
Preceded by
Basilio Augustín
Governor-General of the Philippines
July 24 – August 13, 1898
Succeeded by
Francisco Rizzo