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Documents of the twentieth century.
(1900-1999; images, newspaper articles, facsimiles)

Book written about the celebration of the visit of the King of Portugal to Brazil.
(1908; transcription)

Pamphlet against the Portuguese exploration in Mozambique.
(23 June 1911; Portuguese facsimile)

Copy of the resolution of the meeting of Edinburgh's citizens on the establishment of the republic in Portugal.
(10 September 1911; English facsimile)

Document written by Afonso Costa about the separation of the government and the Catholic Church.
(08 August 1912; Portuguese facsimile)

Political Documents from Portuguese History.
(18th - 20th centuries; Portuguese-language transcriptions)
A collection of digital copies of the "Alma Nacional" magazine.
(Scroll down to "Revistas de Ideias e Cultura tab).
(1910; Portuguese facsimiles)
A collection of digital copies of the Lisbon Diary newspaper.
(1921-1990; facsimiles)
Database of the digitized newspaper "Gazeta de Lisboa".
(18th - 20th centuries; facsimiles)

Negotiation of cocoa plantations in S. Tome.
(10 September 1913; Facsimile in English)

List of Portuguese Historical Works digitized by the National Library.
(Facsimiles and transcriptions in Portuguese)

Article about the centennial of the Brazilian independence from Portugal.
(13 September 1922; Facsimile in English)

Newspaper article about the rebellion against the Portuguese in Macau.
(14 September 1922; Facsimile in Portuguese)

A collection of primary documents from the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
(1939-1945; transcriptions and translations)
A collection of documents related to WWII.
From the Avalon Project.
Forward and Executive Summary to the Preliminary Study from the U.S. State Department.
(1939-present; transcriptions)

  • Foreign relations between Portugal and the US
Documents from US State Department and University of Wisconsin-Madison.
(1945-1972; English transcriptions)

A collection of primary documents from the Universidade de Coimbra website with documents about the Portuguese Revolution of 1974.
See the top of the page for various categories of documents.
(1958-1976; facsimiles of photos, art, cartoons, documents, newspapers, fliers, etc.)

Constitution of the Republic of Portugal with amendments from 1976 onward.
(Portuguese transcriptions)
Database of fundamental documents relating to Portuguese Legal History.
Browse or search the database.
(16th - 20th centuries; facsimiles)

A digital collection of historic Portuguese newspapers and journals.
(19th & 20th centuries; facsimiles and transcriptions)

Portuguese National Digital Library with many books, maps and documents.
Digitized chronicles and related source documents in Portuguese history.
A product of the Biblioteca Nacional Digital.
(16th-20th centuries; facsimiles)
Includes maps and other geographic data on demography and political history in Portugal
Spearheaded by Prof. Luís Nuno Espinha da Silveira.
A project of the Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (ECAI).
(Facsimiles and textual commentaries)
A set of historical maps from Dr. Ronnie Ellenblum's Historic Cities

(6 September 1951; English transcription)

Collection of digitized copies of the "O Tempo e o Modo" magazine.
(Scroll down to "Revistas de Ideias e Cultura" tab).
(1963-1977; Portuguese facsimiles)

Mário Soares, Prime Minister of Portugal, formally submits his country's application for accession to the European Communities to David Owen, currently President-in-Office of the Council.
(28 March 1977; English transcription)

Treaty and other documents pertaining to the inclusion of Portugal in the European Communities which became the EU. Part of EUR-Lex a service of the European Union.
(1985; English)

Includes primary and secondary documents, provided by Don Mabry.
(Transcriptions, facsimiles and commentaries, mostly in English)

EuroDocs > History of Portugal: Primary Documents > 1910 to the Present

EuroDocs Creator: Richard Hacken, European Studies Bibliographer,
Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA.
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