What is the true account of Ferdinand Marcos’ life during World War 2? Was he really wartime hero? Our resident historian Kris Pasion investigates in this third part of our 15-part series ‘Road to Martial Law.’
Tag: World War II
Revisiting Nagasaki 75 Years After US Dropped Nuclear Bomb
What’s next 75 years after the nuclear bombing of Nagasaki?
Pamana ng mga Lola
Sa isang exhibit sa Ateneo De Manila University sa Quezon City, malinaw ang panawagan ng mga Lola sa mga Pilipinong kabataan—mga itinuturing na nilang mga apo—na muling buhayin ang tila nalimot at nabaon na ngunit wala pa ring resolusyong usapin sa Comfort Women.
Mula sa Buwan: When a French Classic Becomes a Filipino Zarzuela
There are modern clichés, cheesy movies and hugot plays — and then there is Mula sa Buwan, a theatrical play that gets your hopes up then leaves you devastated as you experience a forgotten story worth remembering. Mula sa Buwan is the adaptation of Edmund Rostand’s timeless French piece, Cyrano de Bergerac. Instead of 17th century France as its…
News reports presently paint a different picture of Paris, one of the world’s most visited cities. On November 13, 2015, French President François Hollande declared a state of emergency after multiple terrorist attacks claimed the lives of more than 120 people and left 200 more with injuries. The scale of the attacks was so massive that it has…
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