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

Consequences of Martial Law
Source: Philstar.com By: Ruben Almendras The longest Martial law in the Philippines was declared 47 years ago in Sept. 21,[...]
Martial law in Philippine history
Source: News.mb.com.ph By: Roni Santiago Beyond the common perception that martial law began on September 21, 1972 – 47 years[...]
September 23, 1972: What happened on the day Martial Law was declared?
Source: Gmanetwork.com By: Jannielyn Ann Bigtas Over the years, the Philippines has commemorated the declaration of Martial Law every September[...]
Martial law: A little story from a dark period
Source: Opinion.Inquirer.net By: Randy David This week, we mark the 47th anniversary of Ferdinand Marcos’ declaration of martial law. It[...]
Ang mga karahasan at pang-aabuso umano noong Martial Law
Source: Gmanetwork.com By: Marisol Abdurahman Ang pagdeklara ng Martial Law noong Setyembre 1972 ng noo'y Pangulong Ferdinand Marcos ay itinuturing[...]
Martial Law Stories: Torture
Source: Positivelyfilipino.com By: Jose F. Lacaba Pete Lacaba in the 70sFirst published in Philippine Graphic, September 1995. Updated in the[...]

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