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

Tall tales: Book of Marcos medal claims unearthed
The copyright page puts its year of publication at 1983; as far as we can tell, the book was ordered[...]
The Mysterious Curse of the Manila Film Center
Source: Esquiremag.ph By: Nicai de Guzman Haunted infrastructure is often believed to bear a tragic past and the Manila Film Center is no[...]
How Imelda Marcos, the Wife of a Filipino Dictator, Became an Icon of ’80s Excess
Source: Townandcountrymag.com By: Ben Widdicombe A new documentary makes it clear: It was more than just the shoes. It was[...]
October 24 1966
Source: Josephscalice.com Today marks the 52nd anniversary of the Manila Hotel demonstration of October 24. The protest was a turning[...]
47 years since the imposition of martial law in the Philippines
Source: Josephscalice.com Forty-seven years ago, on September 22 1972, Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law in the Philippines, imposing a brutal[...]
How the Diliman Commune was part of a coordinated campaign of barricades in February 1971
Source: Josephscalice.com One of the pivotal moments in the history of the Philippine Communist Parties in the 1960s and early[...]

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