Few people outside of Portugal knew the power being wielded on the Iberian Peninsula during the early 1930’s to late 1960’s. This era marks the reign of Antonio de Oliveira Salazar. I lived and photographed the Portuguese people from late 1967 to 1968, when Salazar’s health took an unexpected turn for the worse, ending his dictatorship.
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