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Author:

 

Óscar José Martín García


Report:

 

Newsletter 22


Year:

 

2024


Subject Matter:

 

Portuguese History



Excerpt:

 

This article examines the role that Harold Wilson’s Labour government played in Portugal in the 17 months immediately after the overthrow of the Estado Novo by the Carnation Revolution of 25 April 1974. It analyses the economic, political and diplomatic measures employed by Britain to try to establish parliamentary democracy in Portugal.

 

The article can be read here.




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