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Portugal: State Secret

Austere old Dictator Antonio de Oliveira Salazar is still unaware that he was replaced 15 months ago while in a deep coma following a stroke—and he may never...

Portugal: Salazar Goes Home

Six months ago, Portuguese Dictator Antonio de Oliveira Salazar took a nasty spill at his summer residence, São João do Estoril, when a deck chair collapsed...

Portugal: Too Late in the Day

Portugal's ascetic Dictator António de Oliveira Salazar made one of his rare TV appearances last week (on film) to answer African demands that Portugal abandon...

PORTUGAL: Premier Out

Following the second revolt of the year in Portugal (TIME, July 27), Premier Antonio da Silva presented his resignation to President Gomes, whom he advised...

PORTUGAL: Stealth in a Mercedes

It was straight Hollywood foreign intrigue: the night scene at Lisbon airport, passengers to Rio de Janeiro fretting at Flight 289's unexplained two-hour...

Portugal: Evening of Empire

"Viva Portugal! Viva Salazar!" roared the crowd of 80,000 jamming the dock area in Lisbon. Jet fighters of the Portuguese air force whined overhead, tugboats...

PORTUGAL: Democracy Is So Inconvenient

Having tolerated a little bit of democracy, Portugal's quiet strongman, Premier António de Oliveira Salazar, 69, decided that perhaps it was a dangerous...

PORTUGAL: Nibble at Blend

While Portuguese from, the back country, in their large-brimmed felt hats, leaning on their quarterstaves, toiled up the Lisbon terraces through the gay...

PORTUGAL: Long Time No See

Aboard a Spanish cruiser, fat Francisco Franco steamed up the Tagus River last week, accompanied by three cruisers and four destroyers. Amid fanfare and...

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