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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Source of the Marcos's wealth

Lots of recent reporting in the Philippine newspapers about the source of the Marcos's wealth.  An article outlining where some their vast fortune could have come from is linked below.  President Marcos claimed he found the Yamashita treasure while he was a guerrilla fighting the Japanese during WWII.  The picture taken on March 11, 1974 shows former Japanese imperial army soldier Hiroo Onoda (right) offering his military sword to Ferdinand Marcos to express his surrender at MalacaƱang Palace in Manila. Onoda, who hid in the Philippine jungles for three decades because he did not believe World War II was over, died in Tokyo on January 17, 2014, at the age of 91


  1. Always a interesting subject , wonder if we will ever know how much treasure is out there,and how much has been recovered.

  2. So many theories about what happened to all the hidden treasure , if you Google Japanese treasure Philippines there are lots of articles on the subject. I am sure there are some out there that really know ,leaving the rest of us to wonder how much treasure is still waiting just to be found. i really hope we learn the truth in our life times , it would really be interesting to know.


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