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Salazar and modern Portugal.

Hugh Kay

Salazar and modern Portugal.

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Published by Hawthorn Books in New York .
Written in English

  • Portugal
    • Subjects:
    • Salazar, António de Oliveira, 1889-1970,
    • Portugal -- History -- 1910-1974

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      LC ClassificationsDP676.S25 K3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxii, 478 p.
      Number of Pages478
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5445521M
      LC Control Number73115919

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Salazar and Modern Portugal by Kay, Title: salazar modern portugal. Edit Your Search. Results (1 - 5) of 5. An ex-library copy of this book. Green boards with title to the spine. The book has been covered in contact laminated clear plastic by the library. ffep missing. A pale, thin light brown line to first inner (title) page where edge.

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Set in Portugal in during Salazar's fascist government, Pereira Declares is the story of the moral resurrection of a newspaper's cautious editor.

A Small Death in Lisbon (Robert Wilson, ). In this award-winning thriller, a contemporary police procedural is woven with an espionage story set during World War II, with Portugal's 20th.

Salazar and modern Portugal. London, Eyre & Spottiswoode, (OCoLC) Named Person: António de Oliveira Salazar; António de Oliveira Salazar; António de Oliveira Salazar: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hugh Kay.

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Contemporary Portugal: the revolution and its antecedents (U of Texas Press, ) Hamann, Kerstin, and Paul Christopher Manuel. "Regime changes and civil society in twentieth-century Portugal." South European Society and Politics (): 71– Kay, Hugh. Salazar and modern Portugal () online; de Meneses, ed by: Domingos Oliveira.

A democratic system came into being, Portugal joined the European Union inliving standards rose and horizons broadened. It came as a shock, therefore, when, inviewers of the TV series Great Portuguese – having been asked to vote for the greatest figure in Portuguese history – chose Salazar.

He received 41 per cent of the. Recommended reading for visitors to Portugal, compiled by Michael Kerr The 12 best books about Portugal is a gripping thriller based on an assassination that took place under the Salazar. Hugh Kay is the author of Salazar And Modern Portugal ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews)4/5(1).

Salazar and Modern Portugal. New York: Hawthorn Books. • Wiarda, Howard J. Corporatism and Development: The Portuguese Experience (First ed.).

Univ of Massachusetts Press. ISBN • Carlos A. Cunha, ‎() states "A comparison of Salazar's dictatorship with German or Italian fascism shows that Portugal was not a. 1, words. Editor’s Note. The following is the English translation of the great historian of religions Mircea Eliade’s preface to Salazar and the Revolution in Portugal (Salazar și Revoluția în Portugalia [Bucharest: Editura Gorjan, ]), a book which has not been translated into.

Nostalgia for António de Oliveira Salazar divides the Portuguese camps in Africa could be revered by a modern European nation. recrimination that engulfed Portugal, where Salazar beat. Preview this book» What people are Salazar and the Politics of the New State Humberto Salazar and modern Portugal.

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this is an old book written in the 30s, by an english historian michael derrick based on interviews to oliveira salazar. oliveira salazar ruled portugal from tohowever this book covers only the earlier period of the 30s. the book describes the ideology of 5/5(4).

14 Teotónio Pereira wrote to Salazar, on 29 Oct. ‘And speaking of admirable things, I have the great pleasure of sending you the first volume of Pabón's book on Portuguese politics. The prologue is very good and the final chapters – above all the one on our participation in the War – turned out as well as by: 3.

Antonio de Oliveira Salazar entered the government of Portugal when Herbert Hoover was president and ended his political career at the end of the Johnson administration; he remained in power for forty years (–), one of the longest tenures in modern history.

In Portugal Salazar was less rhapsodically regarded. His as sociates found him austere and solitary, a man who avoided close relationships. When he. Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.

Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *. In his densely researched book, Portugal, Salazar, and the Jews, Avraham Milgram focuses on the gap between the rescue potential of Portugal, a European nation that, surprisingly, resisted rabid.

Persistence Karawane by BALL, Hugo City Church Nottingham Power And Grace Fm Riding In The Car With Chris Modern Nostalgia Gaming Dialing Strangers The Portugal Of Salazar by Michael Derrick. Publication date Publisher Campion Books, Ltd. Collection universallibrary Contributor Universal Digital Library Language English.

Salazar was a normal man, but a very unusual dictator, whose thought and action continue to pose a challenge to democratic politics in Europe and elsewhere. A much-needed and long-awaited book.’ — Bruno Maçães, former Europe Minister of Portugal and author of The Dawn of Eurasia. SALAZAR, ANTONIO (–)BIBLIOGRAPHYPortuguese "Catholic dictator" of Portugal, Antonio de Oliveira Salazar led one of the longest dictatorships in twentieth-century Europe.

In after he suffered a cardiovascular attack, he was removed from power. He died two years later. Source for information on Salazar, Antonio (–): Encyclopedia of Modern Europe: Europe. António de Oliveira Salazar, Portuguese economist, who served as prime minister of Portugal for 36 years (–68).

Salazar, the son of an estate manager at Santa Comba Dão, was educated at the seminary at Viseu and at the University of Coimbra.

He graduated from there in law in and became a. View the profiles of people named Salazar Portugal. Join Facebook to connect with Salazar Portugal and others you may know.

Facebook gives people the. Barry Hatton, a Lisbon-based foreign correspondent, has lived in Portugal for over two decades. His book “The Portuguese: A Modern History,” published May,is a blend of historical analysis with personal anecdotes.

The author describes Portugal, a country with a long history, from being the oldest country in Europe with fixed borders and once becoming one [ ].

Alberto Salazar (born August 7, ) is an American track coach, former world-class long-distance runner, and currently under sanctions for doping offenses involving athletes he was in Cuba, Salazar immigrated to the United States as a child with his moved to Manchester, Connecticut, and then to Wayland, Massachusetts, where Salazar competed in track and field in College team: Oregon.

The name Salazar from “Salazar Slytherin” came from the dictator António de Oliveira Salazar, who ruled Portugal from to J.K. Rowling lived in Portugal from to Coincidentally, these are the years the first three Harry Potter books are set.

The Portuguese Salazar, like any historical figure, has proponents and critics; he can be viewed as the man who shaped. This is a political biography of Antonio de Oliveira Salazar, the autocratic ruler of Portugal from to De Meneses (modern history, National U.

of Ireland at Maynooth, Ireland) has constructed the biography based primarily on his examination of the material housed in the Arquivo Oliveira Salazar, Salazar's private and political papers. Antonio de Oliveira Salazar entered the government of Portugal when Herbert Hoover was president and ended his political career at the end of the Johnson administration; he remained in power for forty years (–), one of the longest tenures in modern history.

Antonio de Oliveira Salazar entered the government of Portugal when Herbert Hoover was president and ended his political career at the end of the Johnson administration; he remained in power for forty years (–), one of the longest tenures in modern history.

As a young man he planned to enter the priesthood and attended the seminary Book Edition: 1st. Fascism and Resistance in Portugal: Communists, Liberals and Military Dissidents in the Opposition to Salazar, Manchester University Press.

Manchester University Press. The Salazar surname indicates one who came from Salazar in northern Burgos, Castile, Spain—a place name meaning corral or manor house - probably from sala, meaning "hall" and Basque za(h)ar, meaning "old." Salazar could also mean a dweller in or near the house or palace, or a dweller near the place sacred to St.

Lazar. Salazar is an ancient surname found in Vizcaya, Castile, Navarre. Gama and Salazar (or maybe Camões and Saramago), or events like the Carnation Revolution.

For what the reader can expect to find in The Making of Modern Portugal is a portrait of a dynamic society, rather than a stable historical entity, whose formation is in fact strikingly close to the historical processes other modern societies went through.

Portugal - Portugal - The New State after Salazar: In September Salazar was incapacitated by a stroke. President Tomás invited Marcello Caetano, one of the architects of the New State, to form a government, but Salazar was never informed of this transition.

On Jhe died. Although Caetano was more worldly and less reserved than his predecessor, he proved unable to reverse the. Antonio de Oliveira Salazar is the most significant leader of modern Portugal and he served as Prime Minister from through to His leadership brought stability to Portugal after the turbulent era directly after the disposition of the monarchy but as with many long established rulers, he relied heavily on fear and persecution towards the end of his rule to maintain order.

There are still many people alive who were victims of his regime, and who have sufficient public presence to keep a generally bad image of Salazar as a ruler.

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Jobbitt, Steven. “Hungarian Martyrs, Refugees, and the Politics of Anticommunism in Salazar’s Portugal, – ” Hungarian Cultural Studies. e-Journal of the American Hungarian Educators Association, Volume 9 () DOI: /aheaAuthor: Steven Jobbitt.

Salazar's government said it was the accidental death of a political exile, but historians increasingly see it as proof that Portugal's dictatorship was a ruthless and bloodthirsty regime.ANTONIO DE OLIVEIRA SALAZAR () ruled Portugal from toand his ideas dominated the country's politics even longer-from soon after the demise of the short-lived democratic republic in through the peaceful "revolution of the carnations" in As finance minister, starting.

Antonio de Oliveira Salazar entered the government of Portugal when Herbert Hoover was president and ended his political career at the end of the Johnson administration; he remained in power for forty years (–), one of the longest tenures in modern history/5(10).