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FHM corrects Philippine history

Ferdinand Magellan did not discover the Philippines...and 12 other inconsistencies in our country's history that FHM seeks to correct–because our professors were all too old and gathering dust to care
| Jun 12, 2011
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Whether it may be a formal school debate or a friendly arguement over a bucket of beers,
Philippine history can be considered as one of the main issues of this kind of conversations. Each of us may have learned it from our history teachers starting from elementary level of education or may have heard it from our old folks and we're pretty sure that they're not all of the same versions. In fact, there so many loopholes and missing informations in our history that some rumors that went viral almost became a known-part of history.

That's why we here at FHM HQ started digging on facts and made our research on what really happened over some of the historical rumors that our professors were all too old and gathering dust to care. Read on!

WORDS: B.A. BORLEO
PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL HISTORICAL
COMMISSION OF THE PHILIPPINES
PHOTO REPRODUCTION BY DAIRY DARILAG
“FIRST MASS AT LIMASAWA” BY BOTONG FRANCISCO
TAKEN FROM DLSBROS.COM
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