1965 - 1972

BEGINNINGS OF MARTIAL LAW

Marcos Martial Law

1972 - 1981

MARTIAL LAW IN THE PHILIPPINES


1981 - 1986

END OF MARTIAL LAW

1986 - PRESENT

EFFECTS OF MARTIAL LAW

PRESENT

LESSONS FROM MARTIAL LAW

‘Still alive only by His grace’: Kim Atienza recalls experience from Marcos loyalists
Source: Philstar.com By: Jan Milo Severo MANILA, Philippines — Kapamilya host Kim Atienza recalled a frightening incident he experienced from[...]
The undelivered speech of Senator Benigno S. Aquino Jr. upon his return from the U.S., August 21, 1983
Source: Officialgazette.gov.ph Undelivered speech of Senator Benigno S. Aquino Jr.:Upon his return from the United States of America on August[...]
Delisted martial law victims confront lawyer Swift
Source: Inquirer.net By: Patricia Denise M. Chiu CONVERSATION WITH MR. SWIFT / JULY 9, 2019 Robert Swift, counsel for the[...]
Body blows, electric shock, bottle taps
Source: Inquirer.net By: Roberto S. Verzola (Editor’s Note: Below is an abridged version of the author’s story, “Lest We Forget,”[...]
What Else Did Ferdinand Marcos Do in 1972?
Source: Esquiremag.ph By: Angelica Gutierrez The good, the bad, and the ugly. Everyone knows 1972 as the year President Ferdinand[...]
Martial Law: What You Can Do To Remember It Today
Source: Esquiremag.ph By: Mario Alvaro Limos In a pushback against perceived memory loss and historical revisionism, several institutions are reminding[...]

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