1974 Revolution: 25. A New Dawn
Cork Out History: Portugal Revisited
by André and Inês
3w ago
Today we celebrate the legacy of that new dawn that rose on the 25th April. What changed in the country from that morning on? Tune in and celebrate with us. We hope we have given you a glimpse into the history behind this foundational moment for our country and we will see you around for other stories and other dates. As for today, take your carnation and celebrate freedom! #CorkOutHistoryPod #25deAbril #HistoryPodcast #PortugueseHistory ..read more
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1974 Revolution: 24. Celeste and Her Carnations
Cork Out History: Portugal Revisited
by André and Inês
3w ago
How did carnations become the symbol of the revolution? Find out today, tune in and listen to this brief episode on Celeste Caeiro. #CorkOutHistory #CarnationRevolution ..read more
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1974 Revolution: 23. Radio Waves and Signal Songs
Cork Out History: Portugal Revisited
by André and Inês
3w ago
How did the military know that it was time to start moving on that eve of the 25th April? Discover by tuning in for tonight's episode. #CorkOutHistory #25April1974 #EDepoisDoAdeus #GrandolaVilaMorena ..read more
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1974 Revolution: 22. MFA and Salgueiro Maia
Cork Out History: Portugal Revisited
by André and Inês
3w ago
Who were the Captains of April? Who was Salgueiro Maia? The MFA, or Movimento das Forças Armadas (Armed Forces Movement), was a group of military officers in Portugal who organized and executed the Carnation Revolution on April 25, 1974. And how did Maria de Medeiros get in this episode? Tune in to find out a little bit more about the Revolution in Portugal. #CorkOutHistory #CarnationRevolution ..read more
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1974 Revolution: 20. Marcello Caetano
Cork Out History: Portugal Revisited
by André and Inês
3w ago
Who was Marcello Caetano? What were the final stages of a regime that was approaching its end? Tune in for another glimpse into this period and discover the Marcello's Spring. #CorkOutHistory #MarcelloCaetano #Revolution ..read more
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1974 Revolution: 19. Falling Chair
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by André and Inês
3w ago
On August 3, 1968, an incident at the Santo António do Estoril fort altered the course of Portuguese history. As the regime approaches its end, stick with us to discover how over the next couple of days. #CorkOutHistory #Salazar #SantoAntonioDoEstoril ..read more
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1974 Revolution: 17. Deviants
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by André and Inês
3w ago
During the Estado Novo, Portugal witnessed systematic persecution and marginalization of various minority groups, including LGBT+ individuals, prostitutes, beggars and the list goes on. As in many topics, Salazar pretended these issues didn't exist as they didn't fit his idealised society. Tune in to hear about the changes in law and read more about the experiences of the poor, the prostitute, the transexual - those who survived and resisted - here: https://www.publico.pt/2017/04/23/sociedade/reportagem/os-malditos-do-estado-novo-1769592 & https://www.publico.pt/2009/07/17/sociedade/notici ..read more
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1974 Revolution: 16. Radio
Cork Out History: Portugal Revisited
by André and Inês
3w ago
Today, we're taking a closer look at the role of clandestine radios in Portugal's fight against the Estado Novo regime. Discover the stories of Rádio Portugal Livre and Rádio Voz da Liberdade, two underground stations that defied censorship to provide alternative perspectives and news to the Portuguese people. Tune in to learn how these radios challenged the regime's narrative and contributed to the eventual transition to democracy in Portugal. #CorkOutHistory #RadioResistance #PortugalHistory ..read more
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1974 Revolution: 15. Tarrafal Concentration Camp
Cork Out History: Portugal Revisited
by André and Inês
3w ago
Step into the shadows of history with us in today's episode as we unearth the haunting tale of Tarrafal concentration camp. Nestled on the remote shores of Cape Verde, this desolate outpost bore witness to the darkest chapters of Portugal's past under the iron grip of dictator Salazar. Join us as we embark on a journey through time, peeling back the layers of secrecy surrounding Tarrafal's grim legacy. #25deAbril #Portugal #History #Revolution ..read more
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1974 Revolution: 14. Colonial War
Cork Out History: Portugal Revisited
by André and Inês
3w ago
Get to know the basics on Portugal's Colonial War (1961-1974), where African nationalist movements, the likes of MPLA or FRELIMO, fought for independence against Portuguese domination. Coming from centuries of colonial rule, the conflict broke at the hands of a regime that didn't want to let go and the world witnessed atrocities and a fight that still echoes today. The war's legacy is part of what triggered Portugal's Carnation Revolution - join us as we uncover Portugal's complex colonial past. #CorkOutHistory #HistoryPodcast #PortugalColonial War #ColonialWar #Decolonization #Portugal #Histo ..read more
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