Fernando Pessoa (1888-1935) one of Portugal’s greatest poets accompanies his family to Durban in South Africa where he learns good English. He publishes several books of poetry in this language, kept a diary in English and often did the Times’ crossword puzzle. His last written words were in English: “I know not what tomorrow will bring”.
The British Historical Society of Portugal is a Society with about 250 members and has as its object to recover, preserve and collate as much as possible of the history of the British in Portugal, and to promote interest in the History of Anglo-Portuguese relations.
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