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Author:

 

Danny Cameron


Report:

 

41


Page:

 

2014


Year:

 

2014


Subject Matter:

 

Diplomatic and General History



Excerpt:

 

Phrases such as 'oldest ally' or 'special friendship' have been bandied around between nation states throughout history often more as a marriage of a moment's convenience, rather than to reflect anything supportable by something as trivial as a fact or two. But the relationship between England (and later, Britain) and Portugal stands up to historical scrutiny as deeper than most, if not deeper than any.




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