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The PIDE and Portuguese Society under the Salazar Dictatorship 1945-1974: Fear, Self-Policing, Accommodation.


The PIDE Between Memory and History: Revolutionary Tradition, Historiography, and the Missing Dimension in the Relation Between Society and Salazar's Political Police.

Author(s): Duncan Simpson
Published in: e-Journal of Portuguese History, Issue 2020, 2020, Page(s) 17-38, ISSN 1645-6432
Publisher: Brown University
DOI: 10.26300/2bbd-7r81

Approaching the PIDE ‘From Below’: Petitions, Spontaneous Applications and Denunciation Letters to Salazar's Secret Police in 1964

Author(s): Duncan Simpson
Published in: Contemporary European History, Issue 30/3, 2021, Page(s) 398-413, ISSN 0960-7773
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
DOI: 10.1017/s0960777320000612

"""Tenho o prazer de informar o Senhor Director"": Cartas de Portugueses à PIDE (1958-1968)"

Author(s): Duncan Simpson
Published in: Issue 2021, 2021
Publisher: BookBuilders

Salazar's Portugal: Living 'By Habit' in an Authoritarian Regime

Author(s): Duncan Simpson & António Costa Pinto
Published in: Dictatorship and Daily Life in Twentieth-Century Europe, Issue 2022, 2022
Publisher: Bloomsbury

The Multifaceted Appeal of the New State: Foreign Book Donors in Salazar's Library

Author(s): Duncan Simpson & Rita Almeida de Carvalho
Published in: Issue 2021, 2021
Publisher: Routledge

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