Ferdinand Marcos
Ferdinand Emmanuel Edralin Marcos was the President of the Philippines from 1965 to 1986.
He was considered a tyrant for his behaviour in office, introducing marshall law at the end of his second elected term in order to remain in charge.
During his ruling he took over a lot of businesses and redistributed them to his family, as well as stealing billions from the country's treasury.
He took a lot of political prisoners during his ruling and was once convicted for the murder of one of his father's political rivals.
Ferdinand Marcos' whole family were exiled in 1986 after being overthrown by followers of Corazon Aquino, the widow of an assassinated opposition leader; Benigno Aquino.
His body was eventually returned to the philippines in 1993 and placed in his own mausoleum featuring a museum of memorabilia.
Tours of the museum and mausoleum are available at:

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