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Author:

 

N.L. Taylor


Report:

 

Newsletter 5


Page:

 

0


Year:

 

2020


Subject Matter:

 

WW2



Excerpt:

 

At the start of WWII, the Portuguese Government proclaimed its neutrality and in so doing became one of the Continent's last escape routes for refugees. The article considers the role played by Portuguese consuls in issuing visas, particularly to Jews and often against instructions from Lisbon, as well as the reception that the refugees received from the Portuguese population when they arrived in Lisbon.

 

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