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

To young Filipinos who never knew martial law and dictatorship
Source: Globalnation.Inquirer.net By: Benjamin Pimentel SAN FRANCISCO — You’ve been hearing a lot about the date – September 21, 1972[...]
Martial law–‘grisly one-stop butcher shop for human rights abuses’
Source: Inquirer.net By: Ruel S. De Vera THERE has never been a more opportune—or important— time to read about Martial[...]
The Way It Was: Martial Law and Torture Under the Marcos Regime
Source : Spot.ph By: Jose F. Lacaba (SPOT.ph) Editor's Note: This is a repost of Mr. Pete Lacaba's September 1995[...]
The tallies of Martial Law
Source: Esquiremag.ph By: Nik de Ynchausti By the numbers: Extrajudicial killings, human rights violations, impunity, corruption, the squandering of our[...]
Look Back At The Philippine Free Press’ Marcos-Era Editorial Cartoons
Revisit the resistance of the past. Source: Esquiremag.ph By: Miguel Escobar IMAGE The Philippines Free Press Magazine via The Presidential[...]
The Marcos-era Resistance Poem that Smuggled a Hidden Message into State Media
Source: Esquiremag.ph By: Paolo Enrico Melendez The story takes place during one of the most tumultuous periods in our national[...]

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