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Title: La calle y el orden. La difícil republicanización de la policía portuguesa
Authors: Palacios, Cerezales Diego
Contact Email: diego.palacioscerezales@stir.ac.uk
Editors: Ucelay-Da, Cal E
Pich, J
Bennasar, S
Citation: Palacios Cerezales D (2014) La calle y el orden. La difícil republicanización de la policía portuguesa. In: Ucelay-Da Cal E, Pich J, Bennasar S (ed.). A redòs de Portugal: Jornades internacionals de commemoració del centenari de la república portuguesa. Col lecció Lusitania, 1, Barcelona: Nova Editorial, pp. 137-176.
Keywords: Portuguese history
police history
twentieth century
Issue Date: Sep-2014
Publisher: Nova Editorial
Series/Report no.: Col lecció Lusitania, 1
Abstract: First paragraph: La revolución republicana de octubre de 1910 ttaumatizó a la policia portuguesa. Cuando el coronel nombrado por el gobiemo provisional. para mandar la polida de Lisboa acudió a tomar contacto con sus hombres, los encootró refugiados en el patio del gobicmo civil, aterrorizados. «Muchos suponian que serian fusilados sin juicio, otros lamentaban la triste sucrte de sus familias, que no tendrian quién llevase pana su boca».
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Type: Part of book or chapter of book
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/23395
URL: https://novaeditorial.wordpress.com/col%C2%B7leccio-lusitania/
Affiliation: History

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