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  • 1775 Lisbon Earthquake, Historical Depictions(73 clicks)
  • Afonso V(79 clicks)
  • António de Oliveira Salazar(84 clicks)
    from New World Encyclopedia
  • António de Oliveira Salazar(71 clicks)
    from Biographcon
  • Arquivo da Universidade de Coimbra(102 clicks)
    Archive of the University of Coimbra
  • Aviz, House of(74 clicks)
    Wikipedia
  • BBC on Carnation Revolution(82 clicks)
    1974: Rebels seize control of Portugal
  • Braganza, House of(79 clicks)
    Wikipedia
  • Carlos I(72 clicks)
  • Carnation Revolution, 1974(104 clicks)
  • Carvalho Pinto de Sousa, José Sócrates (74 clicks)
    Secretary-General of the Socialist Party.
  • Cascais(75 clicks)
  • CAVACO SILVA, Anibal Antonio (79 clicks)
    President, 2006-
  • Coimbra(63 clicks)
  • Concise History of Portugal(77 clicks)
    by David Birmingham
  • Contemporary Portuguese Politics and History Research Centre(76 clicks)
    "The CPHRC has collected and translated several hundred documents, newspaper articles and interviews with political leaders. The material contained in these pages has been collected in the course of academic research in Portuguese archives and libraries. Please note that copyright exists on all English translations."
  • Dom João IV(69 clicks)
    King, 16 Dec 1815 - 20 Mar 1816
  • e-Journal of Portuguese History (73 clicks)
  • Edward/Duarte (69 clicks)
    King, 1433 until 1438
  • Emergence of Portugal(77 clicks)
    Chapter Six of A History of Spain and Portugal, Volume 1 by Stanley G. Payne
  • Estado Novo(87 clicks)
    fascist state, 1933--
  • Estado Novo (Portugal)(92 clicks)
  • Evora(79 clicks)
  • Fatima(85 clicks)
  • Ferdinand I(76 clicks)
    King, 1367—1383
  • Government Web Sites(73 clicks)
  • Hemeroteca Digital,(78 clicks)
    Digital periodical library
  • Henry the Navigator(75 clicks)
    Prince Henry the Navigator (1394-­1460) of Portugal, was known as the patron of navigation and exploration.
  • History of Portugal(74 clicks)
    History plus other items
  • History of Portugal: from the commencement of the monarchy to the reign of Alfonso III(78 clicks)
    by Edward McMurdo
  • History of Portugal: Primary Documents(80 clicks)
    Medieval to the present
  • History of the Republic of Portugal(80 clicks)
  • Inquisition(74 clicks)
  • John II(80 clicks)
    1455–25 to 1495
  • John VI(82 clicks)
  • King John I(69 clicks)
    1385—1433
  • Leaders--2011(82 clicks)
  • Lisbon(88 clicks)
  • Lisbon Earthquake(71 clicks)
  • Lista de obras na Memória da História(62 clicks)
  • Luis I(79 clicks)
  • Luso-American Foundation(97 clicks)
  • Manuel I(86 clicks)
    14th king of Portugal and the Algarves
  • Manuel II(76 clicks)
  • Manuel II(87 clicks)
    Last king of Portugal
  • Map of Spain and Portugal, Corrected and Augmented from the Map Published by D. Tomas Lopez (73 clicks)
    Tomás López (1730-1802) was a Spanish cartographer who was sent by the Spanish government to Paris for a number of years to learn cartography and engraving from the great French mapmaker Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d’Anville (1697-1782). In 1804, López published his Atlas Geográfico de España (Geographical atlas of Spain), the first atlas of Spain produced by a Spaniard. López’s children republished this work in a new edition in 1810, and again in 1830.
  • Marcello Caetano(85 clicks)
    "A Portuguese politician and scholar, who was the last prime minister of the Estado Novo regime, from 1968 until his overthrow in the Carnation Revolution of 1974."
  • Maria II(80 clicks)
    Queen regnant of Portugal from 1826 to 1828 and later from 1834 to 1853
  • Miguel of Portugal(70 clicks)
    Dom Miguel I, sometimes Michael (26 October 1802, Lisbon – 14 November 1866, Großheubach), was the King of Portugal between 1828 and 1834, the seventh child and second son of King John VI and his queen, Charlotte of Spain.
  • O Exercito portugues em finais do Antigo Regime(82 clicks)
    A história do exercito portugues num periodo que compreende as Invasoes Francesas de Portugal, parte da Guerra Peninsular.
  • Partido Renovador Democrático(78 clicks)
  • Partido Socialista;(91 clicks)
    Founded 1973
  • Pedro V(83 clicks)
    1853 to 1861
  • Portguese Socialist Party(99 clicks)
    Pre-1945
  • Portugal(71 clicks)
    Encyclopedia Britanica
  • Portugal and the World in the 16th & 17th Centuries(77 clicks)
    Snithsonian Institution
  • Portugal to 1974(79 clicks)
    Brief notes on Portugal in the early national period.
  • Portugal, 1910-2010(77 clicks)
  • Portugal: A History(68 clicks)
    by H.orse Stephens
  • Portugal: Primary Documents(77 clicks)
  • Portugese History(73 clicks)
    New World Encyclopedia
  • Portuguese History Bibliography(70 clicks)
  • Portuguese Monarchs(75 clicks)
  • Portuguese Monarchy - Part I(88 clicks)
    BBC
  • Presidents(93 clicks)
  • Prime Ministers(71 clicks)
  • Prime Ministers Since 1834-Present(83 clicks)
  • Prince Henry the Navigator the Hero of Portugal and of Modern Discovery(81 clicks)
    Biography in text or audio format
  • Relations Between Portugal and Brazil (1930-1945)(79 clicks)
    The Relationship Between the Two National Experiences of the Estado Novo Paula Marques Santos Professor at Lusíada University of Porto CEPESE p.m.s@iol.pt Abstract The years from 1930 to 1945 marked both a regional and world period of great political and economic instability. Because of the passive and permissive stance of most national governments, society experienced a deep crisis, from which no immediate positive change could be expected without a much-needed reformulation of the social, economic and political structure of each public and state entity. In their attempts to solve these problems, Portuguese-Brazilian relations were influenced by the internal reorganization processes of the Estado Novo and also by the changes taking place in the world system itself. These two influences led to a strengthening of the transatlantic link in some areas, but also to a decline in other areas.
  • Renaissance(82 clicks)
    Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
  • Revolução dos cravos, 25 Abril 1974(109 clicks)
  • Roman Lusitania(74 clicks)
  • Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo, 1st Marquess of Pombal(87 clicks)
  • Social Democratic Party (Portugal)(95 clicks)
  • Spanish and Portuguese Reconquest, 1095-1492(87 clicks)
    Charles Julian Bishko From A History of the Crusades Vol. 3: The Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries Ed. Harry W. Hazard Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1975
  • The Earthquake at Lisbon, 1755(75 clicks)
    by Rev. Charles Davy
  • The European Voyages of Exploration: Portugal(72 clicks)
  • The Internationalization of Portuguese Historiography(71 clicks)
    The Internationalization of Portuguese Historiography: The View from Economic History
    Pedro Lains, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa,
  • The Portuguese Pamphlets(62 clicks)
    Documents relating to 19th century Portugual
  • Tomar(68 clicks)
  • Últimas obras disponibilizadas(68 clicks)
    Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal
  • Viriato: Warrior-Chieftain of the Lusitans(67 clicks)
    Chief of the Lusitans who fought the Romans in 146 BC. This site should appeal to Celtic people.
  • World Fact Book(84 clicks)
    CIA