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One overriding criticism of his regime is that stability was bought and maintained at the expense of suppression of human rights and liberties.

The corporatist state had some similarities to Benito Mussolini 's Italian fascism, but considerable differences in its moral approach to governing.

Salazar also viewed German Nazism as espousing pagan elements that he considered repugnant. We are against class warfare, irreligion and disloyalty to one's country; against serfdom, a materialistic conception of life, and might over right.

Scholars such as Stanley G. Wiarda, prefer to consider the Portuguese Estado Novo Portugal as conservative authoritarian rather than fascist.

Payne wrote that, "Salazar's system might best be described as one of Authoritarian Corporatism or even authoritarian corporative liberalism," rather than fascism.

Salazar was, in effect, the dictator of Portugal, but he preferred a passive public and a limited state where social power remained in the hands of the Church, the army, and the big landowners.

Historian Robert Paxton observes that one of the main problems in defining fascism is that it was widely mimicked.

He wrote, "In fascism's heyday, in the s, many regimes that were not functionally fascist borrowed elements of fascist decor in order to lend themselves an aura of force, vitality, and mass mobilization.

Salazar relied on secret police to enforce the policies he wished to implement. The secret police existed not only to protect national security in a modern sense, but also to suppress the regime's political opponents, especially those associated with the international communist movement or the Soviet Union , which was seen by the regime as a menace to Portugal.

The Spanish Civil War , which began in July , was the ostensible reason for the radicalisation of the regime. Internally, the regime had to face a monarchist revolt in , a threatened leftist coup in and several bombs and conspiracies in and , including an attempt to assassinate Salazar in At the same time, Spanish Republican agents were active in Lisbon and Spanish troops were deployed on Portugal's vulnerable border, severely threatening Portuguese sovereignty.

At the beginning of the Spanish Civil War, Salazar took up additional portfolios as minister of war and minister of foreign affairs, while retaining direction of the ministry of finance, thus concentrating even more power in his hands.

Salazar supported Francisco Franco and the Nationalists in their war against the Second Republic forces , as well as the anarchists and the communists.

The Nationalists lacked access to seaports early on, so Salazar's Portugal helped them receive armaments shipments from abroad, including ordnance when certain Nationalist forces virtually ran out of ammunition.

Consequently, the Nationalists called Lisbon "the port of Castile". I regard him as an extraordinary personality for his intelligence, his political sense and his humility.

His only defect is probably his modesty. On 8 September , a naval revolt took place in Lisbon. The sailors, who were affiliated with the Communist Party, confined their officers and attempted to sail the ships out of Lisbon to join the Spanish Republican forces fighting in Spain.

Salazar ordered the ships to be destroyed by gunfire. Every government functionary was forced to declare that he repudiated communism.

The anti-communist crusade aimed to root out communism, but also democratic opposition. It was labeled the "slow death camp" where dozens of political prisoners mostly communists, but also adherents of other ideologies , were imprisoned under inhumane unhealthy conditions in exceedingly hot weather and died.

Just a few days before the end of the Spanish Civil War, on 17 March , Portugal and Spain signed the Iberian Pact , a non-aggression treaty that marked the beginning of a new phase in Iberian relations.

Meetings between Franco and Salazar played a fundamental role in this new political arrangement. The radicalism of the regime naturally drew opposition.

Salazar was on his way to Mass at a private chapel in a friend's house on Barbosa du Bocage Avenue in Lisbon.

The blast left Salazar untouched, but his chauffeur was rendered deaf. A year later, the bishops of the country argued in a collective letter that it was an "act of God" that had preserved Salazar's life.

The official car was replaced by an armoured Chrysler Imperial. He was then sentenced to 16 years in prison. Salazar had lived through the hard times of World War I , in which Portugal participated during the period of the First Republic; World War II followed its course while he was in power.

Salazar was widely praised for keeping Portugal neutral during the Second World War. From the war's very beginning in , Salazar was convinced that Britain would suffer injury, but remain undefeated, that the United States would step into the conflict and that the Allies would win.

The American journalist Henry J. Taylor commented, "I found not another continental European leader who then agreed with him". In , several years before the war began, Salazar clarified in an official speech that Portuguese nationalism did not include "the pagan ideal and anti-human to deify a race or empire", [69] and again, in , Salazar published a book wherein he criticised the Nuremberg Laws passed in in Germany, considering it regrettable that German nationalism was "wrinkled by racial characteristics so well marked," which had imposed "the legal point of view, the distinction between citizens and the subject — and this at the risk of dangerous consequences.

He had favoured the Spanish nationalist cause out of fear of a communist invasion of Portugal, yet he was uneasy at the prospect of a Spanish government bolstered by strong ties with the Axis powers.

The country still held overseas territories that Portugal could not defend from military attack. Siding with the Axis would have brought Portugal into conflict with Britain, likely resulting in the loss of its colonies, while siding with the Allies risked the security of the home country on the mainland.

As the price to pay for remaining neutral, Portugal continued to export tungsten and other commodities to both the Axis via Switzerland, partly and the Allied countries.

British strategists regarded Portuguese non-belligerency as "essential to keep Spain from entering the war on the side of the Axis". It is the funnel through which to pour all the exchanges — of people and messages and diplomacy — between America and Europe.

The war, by cutting the lines of intercourse to Northern Europe, has made Portugal what [one might say] geography intended — not a faraway corner of Europe but its front door.

Hoare averred that "Salazar detested Hitler and all his works" and that his corporative state was fundamentally different from a Nazi or fascist state, with Salazar never leaving a doubt of his desire for a Nazi defeat.

He met Salazar in person and also praised him, expressing a similar opinion to Hoare's in his book Wartime Mission in Spain.

If this had happened the Peninsula would have been occupied and then North Africa, with the result that the whole course of the war would have been altered to the advantage of the Axis.

When in May , in the Third Washington Conference, codenamed Trident , the conferees agreed on the occupation of the Azores Operation Alacrity [81] [82] the British Ambassador reacted to the US State Department's suggestion as "particularly ill-timed and incomprehensible at the present juncture.

Flights returning from Europe carried wounded servicemen. Medical personnel at Lajes handled approximately 30, air evacuations en route to the United States for medical care and rehabilitation.

Use of Lajes Field reduced flying time between Brazil and West Africa from 70 hours to 40, a considerable reduction that enabled aircraft to make almost twice as many crossings, clearly demonstrating the geographic value of the Azores during the war.

The British diplomat Sir George Rendell stated that the Portuguese Republican Government of Bernardino Machado was "far more difficult to deal with as an ally during the First War than the infinitely better Government of Salazar was as a neutral in the Second.

The principal reason for the neutrality of Portugal in World War II was strategic, and within the compass of the overall objectives of the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance.

This modest, but complex role allowed Portugal to rescue a large number of war refugees. Portugal's official nationalism was not grounded in race or biology.

Salazar argued that Portuguese nationalism did not glorify a single race because such a notion was pagan and anti-human. In , he published a book entitled Como se Levanta um Estado How to Raise a State , in which he criticised the philosophical ideals behind Nazi Germany's Nuremberg laws.

In July , the civilian population of Gibraltar was evacuated due to imminent attacks expected from Nazi Germany. At that time, Portuguese Madeira agreed to host about 2, Gibraltarian refugees, mostly women and children, who arrived at Funchal between 21 July and 13 August and remained there until the end of the war.

Portugal, particularly Lisbon, was one of the last European exit points to the US, [f] and a large number of refugees found shelter in Portugal.

The Portuguese consul general in Bordeaux, Aristides de Sousa Mendes , helped several, and his actions were not unique by any means.

Issuing visas in contravention of instructions was widespread at Portuguese consulates all over Europe, [90] although some cases were supported by Salazar.

Along with Carlos de Liz-Teixeira Branquinho , they rented houses and apartments to shelter and protect refugees from deportation and murder.

On 28 April , the Gestapo raided the ambassador's home and arrested his guests. The ambassador, who physically resisted the police, was also arrested, but managed to have his guests released on the grounds of extraterritoriality of diplomatic legations.

A devoted Jew, and a supporter of Salazar, Amzalak headed the Lisbon Jewish community for 52 years, from until Large numbers of political dissidents, including Abwehr personnel, sought refuge in Portugal after the plot of 20 July to assassinate Adolf Hitler.

Until late , immigration was very restricted. In cases in which refugees were suspected to desire not simply to pass through Portugal in transit to their destination, but rather intended to remain in the country, the consulates needed to get a previous authorization from Lisbon.

This was frequently the case with foreigners of indefinite or contested nationality, stateless individuals, Russians, and Jews expelled from their countries of origin.

The novel The Night In Lisbon by Erich Maria Remarque is a fictionalised description of the experience of European political refugees seeking escape from Nazism via Portugal in this era and the plot focuses heavily on the difficulty many had of obtaining the documents and money they needed to leave.

The number of refugees who escaped through Portugal during the war has been estimated to range from a few hundred thousand to one million, large numbers considering the size of the country's population of about 6 million at that time.

In an operation organised by Caritas Portugal from to , 5, Austrian children, most of them orphans, were transported by train from Vienna to Lisbon and then sent to the foster care of Portuguese families.

Horthy and members of his family were relocated to the seaside town of Estoril , in the house address Rua Dom Afonso Henriques, In spite of the Salazar regime's use of censorship and inhumane imprisonment of political prisoners in order to suppress dissent, Life magazine in July spoke of him with approbation, describing him as a "a benevolent ruler" and adding that "unambitious, Salazar took the dictatorship by Army request and holds it by popular will.

The Salazar dictatorship is easygoing and paternalistic, with wide freedom of speech allowed to its enemies. Friends of democracy may deplore Salazar the dictator but they cannot deny that under the Republic Portugal made an unholy mess of itself and Salazar pulled it out.

In October , Salazar announced a liberalisation program designed to restore civil rights that had been suppressed during the Spanish Civil War and World War II in hopes of improving the image of his regime in Western circles.

The measures included parliamentary elections, a general political amnesty, restoration of freedom of the press, curtailment of legal repression and a commitment to introduce the right of habeas corpus.

The regime started to organise itself around a broad coalition, the Movement of Democratic Unity MUD , which ranged from ultra-Catholics and fringe elements of the extreme right to the Portuguese Communist Party.

Initially, the MUD was controlled by the moderate opposition, but it soon became strongly influenced by the Communist Party, which controlled its youth wing.

Restrictions that had been temporarily lifted were then gradually reinstated. Salazar had been able to hold onto power by virtue of the public's recollection of the chaos that had characterised Portuguese life before However, by the s, a new generation emerged that had no collective memory of this instability.

The clearest sign of this came in the Portuguese presidential election of Delgado was well aware that the president's power to sack the prime minister was theoretically the only check on Salazar's power.

He famously stated that if elected, one of his first acts would be to dismiss Salazar. Delgado was able to rally support from a wide range of opposition viewpoints.

Salazar was alarmed enough by the episode that he pushed through a constitutional amendment transferring election of the president to the two parliamentary bodies, which were both firmly under his control.

Delgado was expelled from the Portuguese military and took refuge in the Brazilian embassy before going into exile.

Later, in , he was lured into an ambush by the PIDE the regime's secret police near the border town of Olivenza. Delgado and his Brazilian secretary Arajaryr Moreira de Campos were killed while trying to enter Portugal clandestinely.

An official statement claimed that Delgado was shot and killed in self-defence, despite Delgado being unarmed; his secretary was strangled.

In , Salazar suffered a brain hemorrhage when he fell in a bath. Despite the injury, Salazar lived for another two years.

When he unexpectedly recovered lucidity, his intimates did not tell him he had been removed from power, instead allowing him to "rule" in privacy until his death in July During the last years of the monarchy and of the First Republic in Portugal, an attempt was made to obtain firmer control over the claimed African possessions.

One reason the government dragged itself into World War I was the defence of the African empire, considered a part of the national identity.

Salazar briefly served as minister of colonies before assuming the premiership, and in that capacity he prepared the Colonial Act of , [] which centralised the administration of the overseas territories in his own system and proclaimed the need to bring indigenous peoples into western civilisation and the Portuguese nation.

Assimilation was the main objective, except for the Atlantic colony of Cape Verde which was seen as an extension of Portugal and the Asian colonies of India and Macau which were seen as having their own forms of "civilization".

As it had been before Salazar's tenure in the office, a clear legal distinction continued to be made between indigenous peoples and other citizens — the latter mostly Europeans, some Creole elites and a few black Africans.

A special statute was given to native communities to accommodate their tribal traditions. In theory, it established a framework that would allow natives to be gradually assimilated into Portuguese culture and citizenship, while in reality the percentage of assimilated African population never reached one per cent.

Salazar wanted Portugal to be relevant internationally, and the country's overseas colonies made that possible.

The natives, it said, were simply regarded as beasts of burden. By requiring all African men to pay a tax in Portuguese currency, the government created a situation in which a large percentage of men in any given year could only earn the specie needed to pay the tax by going to work for a colonial employer.

In practice, this enabled settlers to use forced labor on a massive scale, frequently leading to horrific abuses.

Following the Second World War, the colonial system was subject to growing dissatisfaction, and in the early s the United Kingdom launched a process of decolonization.

Belgium and France followed suit. Unlike the other European colonial powers, Salazar attempted to resist this tide and maintain the integrity of the empire.

In order to justify Portugal's colonial policies and Portugal's alleged civilising mission , Salazar ended up adopting Gilberto Freyre 's theories of Lusotropicalism , which maintained that the Portuguese had a special talent for adapting to environments, cultures and the peoples who lived in the tropics in order to build harmonious multiracial societies.

Such a view has long been criticised, notably by Charles R. Boxer , a prominent historian of colonial empires. In general, the defense of the Portuguese colonial empire was consensual in Portuguese society.

Most of Salazar's political opponents with the exception of the Portuguese Communist Party also strongly favoured colonialist policies.

Salazar's reluctance to travel abroad, his increasing determination not to grant independence to the colonies and his refusal to grasp the impossibility of his regime outliving him marked the final years of his tenure.

For the Portuguese ruling regime, the overseas empire was a matter of national identity. In the s, armed revolutionary movements and scattered guerrilla activity reached Mozambique, Angola, and Portuguese Guinea.

Except in Portuguese Guinea, the Portuguese army and naval forces were able to suppress most of these insurgencies effectively through a well-planned counter-insurgency campaign using light infantry, militia, and special operations forces.

However, despite the early military successes, Colonel Francisco da Costa Gomes quickly pointed out that there could be no permanent military solution for Portugal's colonial problem.

Botelho Moniz ended up being removed from his government position. His political ally Francisco da Costa Gomes was nonetheless allowed to publish a letter in the newspaper "Diario Popular" reiterating his view that a military solution in Africa was unlikely.

In the s, most of the world ostracised the Portuguese government because of its colonial policy, especially the newly independent African nations.

Domestically, factions within Portugal's elite, including business, military, intellectuals and the church started to challenge Salazar and his policies.

Later, despite tentative overtures towards an opening of the regime, Marcelo Caetano balked at ending the colonial war, notwithstanding the condemnation of most of the international community.

The Carnation Revolution brought retreat from the colonies and acceptance of their independence, the subsequent power vacuum leading to the inception of newly independent communist states in , notably the People's Republic of Angola and the People's Republic of Mozambique , which promptly began to expel all of their white Portuguese citizens.

A brief conflict drew a mixture of worldwide praise and condemnation for Portugal. In India, the action was seen as a liberation of territory historically Indian by reason of its geographical position, while Portugal viewed it as an aggression against its national soil and its own citizens.

After India gained independence on 15 August , the British and French vacated their colonial possessions in the new country. Subsequently, Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru initiated proceedings to find a diplomatic solution to the Goa problem.

The Portuguese had been in Goa since , while an independent India had only just been established. Nehru argued that the Goans were Indians by every standard and that Goa was a colony ruthlessly administered by a racist and fascist colonial regime, "just a pimple on the face of India", in his famous phrase.

Salazar maintained that in spite of Goa's location and the nature of Portugal's political system, it was a province of Portugal as integral to his nation as the Algarve.

Salazar further asserted that Goans nowhere considered or called themselves Indians, but rather deemed themselves to be Portuguese of Goa and that Goans were represented in the Portuguese legislature; indeed, some had risen to the highest levels of government and the administration of Portuguese universities.

The Goans had Portuguese citizenship with full rights, thus access to all governmental posts and the ability to earn their living in any part of the Portuguese territories.

Throughout the debate between Salazar and Nehru, Goans seem to have been apathetic regarding either position, [] and there were no signs in Goa of discontentment with the Portuguese regime.

With an Indian military operation imminent, Salazar ordered Governor General Manuel Vassalo e Silva to fight to the last man and adopt a scorched earth policy.

Salazar forced the general into exile for disobeying his order to fight to the last man and surrendering to the Indian Army. Adlai Stevenson , the American Ambassador to the United Nations, stated "we are confronted by the shocking news that the Indian Minister of Defence Krishna Menon , so well known in these halls for his advice on peace and his tireless enjoinders to everyone else to seek the way of compromise, was on the borders of Goa inspecting his troops at the zero hour of invasion.

Charter, stated in Article 2. On the other hand, Valerian Zorin , the Soviet Ambassador to the United Nations, maintained that the Goan question was wholly within India's domestic jurisdiction and could not be considered by the Security Council.

After Rhodesia proclaimed its Unilateral Declaration of Independence from Britain in , Portugal supported it economically and militarily through neighbouring Portuguese Mozambique until , even though it never officially recognised the new Rhodesian state, which was governed by a white minority elite.

In , the Mozambican Liberation Front took over the rule of Mozambique following negotiations with the new Portuguese regime installed by the Carnation Revolution.

Ian Smith later wrote in his biography The Great Betrayal that had Salazar lasted longer than he did, the Rhodesian government would have survived to the present day, ruled by a black majority government under the name of Zimbabwe Rhodesia.

Despite the authoritarian character of the regime, Portugal did not experience the same levels of international isolation as Spain did following World War II.

Unlike Spain, Portugal under Salazar was accepted into the Marshall Plan — in return for the aid it gave to the Allies during the final stages of the war.

Furthermore, also unlike Spain, it was one of the 12 founding members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation NATO in , a reflection of Portugal's role as an ally against communism during the Cold War in spite of its status as the only non-democratic founder.

It joined the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade in , and finally, Portugal signed a free trade agreement with the European Economic Community in , still under the auspices of the Estado Novo.

Although the militants of the First Republic had chosen education as one of their banner causes, the evidence shows that First Republic was less successful than the authoritarian Estado Novo in expanding elementary education.

Under Salazar the number of elementary schools grew from 7, in to 10, in In , the regime celebrated the fact that for the first time in Portuguese History, the majority of the population could read and write.

This plan included fines for parents who did not comply, and these were strictly enforced. By the late s Portugal had succeed in pulling itself out of the educational abyss in which it had long found itself: illiteracy among children of school age virtually disappeared.

In addition, the long-established universities of Lisbon and Coimbra were greatly expanded and modernised.

The last two decades of the Estado Novo, from the s to the Carnation Revolution were marked by strong investment in secondary and university education , which experienced one of the fastest growth rates of Portuguese education in history.

After the politically unstable and financially chaotic years of the Portuguese First Republic , financial stability was Salazar's highest priority.

His first incursions into Portuguese politics as a member of the cabinet were during the Ditadura Nacional , when Portugal's public finances and the economy in general were in a critical state, with an imminent threat of default since at least the s.

The first era of his rule was thus an economic program based on the policies of autarky and interventionism , which were popular in the s as a response to the Great Depression.

Portugal's credit worthiness rose in foreign markets and the external floating debt was completely paid.

However, Portugal remained largely underdeveloped, its population relatively poor and with low education attainment when compared to the rest of Europe.

Conservative Portuguese scholars such as Jaime Nogueira Pinto [] and Rui Ramos [] claim that Salazar's early reforms and policies allowed political and financial stability, therefore social order and economic growth.

On the other hand, historians such as the leftist politician Fernando Rosas claim that Salazar's policies from the s to the s led to economic and social stagnation and rampant emigration that turned Portugal into one of the poorest countries in Europe.

From the s, the picture changed, and even leftist historians recognise "that industrial growth throughout the s and s was generally quite positive and, given Portugal's basic problems, could probably have only been improved slightly by a more creatively liberal regime".

Throughout the s, Salazar maintained the same import substitution approach to economic policy that had ensured Portugal's neutral status during World War II.

From until Salazar's death, Portugal saw its GDP per capita increase at an annual average rate of 5.

The rise of new technocrats in the early s with a background in economics and technical-industrial expertise led to a new period of economic fostering, with Portugal as an attractive country for international investment.

Industrial development and economic growth would continue throughout the s. This marked the initiation of Salazar's more outward-looking economic policy.

The economic growth and levels of capital formation from to were characterised by an unparalleled robust annual growth rates of GDP 6.

Despite the effects of an expensive war effort in African territories against guerrilla groups, Portuguese economic growth from to under the Estado Novo created an opportunity for real integration with the developed economies of Western Europe.

For forty years, Portugal was governed by a man that had been educated at a seminary, had received minor orders, and had considered becoming a priest.

During their university years at Coimbra they shared a house, an old convent known as "Os Grilos". In July , with Salazar acting as minister of finance, the government revoked a law that had facilitated the organisation of religious processions.

Salazar presented his written resignation to the prime minister saying, "Your Excellency knows that I never asked for anything that might improve the legal status of Catholics".

He carefully avoided adding more problems to an already troubled nation, but he could not accept the "violation of rights already conceded by law or by former government to Catholics or the Church in Portugal".

Despite his identification with the Catholic lobby before coming to power and the fact that he based his political philosophy around a close interpretation of the Catholic social doctrine, he did nothing directly for religion in the initial phase of his rule.

He wanted to avoid the divisiveness of the First Republic, and he knew that a significant part of the political elite was still anti-clerical.

Church and State remained apart. The Church's lost property was never restored. The role of the Church should be social and not political, he argued.

In the Constitution, Article 45 provided for freedom of public and private worship for all religions, together with the right to establish Church organizations and associations in accordance with the norms of law and order.

Salazar based his political theory on the doctrines of the popes and throughout the s achieved great prestige in the Catholic world.

In , the episcopate expressed its full support for the regime in a Carta Pastoral, reaffirmed the following year by the head of the Portuguese Catholic Church.

Pope Pius XII said, "I bless him with all my heart, and I cherish the most ardent desire that he be able to complete successfully his work of national restoration, both spiritual and material".

Salazar wanted to reinstate the Church to its proper place, but also wanted the Church to know its place and keep it. He made it clear when he declared, "The State will abstain from dealing in politics with the Church and feels sure that the Church will refrain from any political action.

In May , a Concordat between the Portuguese state and the Vatican was signed. The legislation of the parliamentary republic was not fundamentally altered: religious teaching in schools remained voluntary, while civil marriages and civil divorce were retained and religious oaths were not re-established.

The Bishops were to be appointed by the Holy See, but final nomination required the government's approval. The clergy were subject to military service, but in the form of pastoral care to the armed forces and, in time of war, also to the medical units.

The Catholic religion and morality were to be taught in public schools unless parents had requested the contrary. The law stated that "It is understood that by the very fact of the celebration of a canonical marriage, the spouses renounce the legal right to ask for a divorce.

Pinto and Rezola argue that a key strategy Salazar used to stabilise his regime was to come to terms with the Catholic Church through the Concordat.

Anti-clericalism would be discouraged and the Church would have an honored and central position in Portuguese life. The Church agreed to stay out of politics, but it did operate numerous social groups for adults and youth.

The Church role became a major pillar of the New State's "limited pluralism. Despite this landmark agreement, Church-state relations and inter-Church relations in Portugal were not without some tensions through the s.

Some prominent oppositionist priests, such as Abel Varzim and Joaquim Alves Correia, openly supported the MUD in and the granting of more social rights to the workers.

Abel Varzim, who had been a supporter of the regime, attacked Salazar and his claims of the Catholicism of the corporatist state, arguing that the regime was not true to Catholic social teaching as the people suffered in poverty.

Varzim's newspaper, O Trabalhador The Worker , was closed in Joaquim Alves Correia was forced into exile in the United States, where he died in The opposition candidate in the presidential election, Humberto Delgado , a Roman Catholic and a dissident of the regime, quoted Pope Pius XII to show how the social policies of the regime were against the social teachings of the Church.

It was time, he said, for the Church to come out of the catacombs and speak its mind. The bishop was not formally exiled, but he decided to leave the country, and it appears that Lisbon made it clear to Rome that the bishop's presence in Portugal would not be appropriate.

After the Second Vatican Council , a large number of Catholics became active in the democratic opposition.

The pope's decision to travel to Bombay in December to take part in the Eucharistic Congress represented for the Portuguese head of government — who saw in India little more than the illegal occupier of Goa since December — no less than a direct affront to the nation as a whole.

On 21 October , the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Franco Nogueira, officially defined the visit as an agravo gratuito. From the very start, he made every effort to remove any political significance from his visit.

Religions other than the Catholic faith had little or no expression in Portugal. Throughout the period of Salazar's Estado Novo there was no question of discrimination against the Jewish and Protestant minorities, and the ecumenical movement flourished.

According to Saraiva, Salazar's prose deserves a prominent place in the history of Portuguese literature, and only political barriers have deprived it of the place.

Saraiva says it is written with the clarity of the great prose of the 17th century, cleansed of all the distractions and sloppiness that often obscures the prose of the Portuguese scholars.

In , Salazar suffered a cerebral hemorrhage. Most sources maintain that it occurred when he fell from a chair in his summer house. In February though, there were anonymous witnesses who admitted, after some investigation into Salazar's best-kept secrets, that he had fallen in a bath instead of from a chair.

Despite the injury, Salazar lived for a further two years. As a symbolic display of his views of Portugal and the colonial empire, there is well-known footage of several members of the Mocidade Portuguesa , of both African and European ethnicity, paying homage at his funeral.

Due to Salazar's long rule, a detached evaluation of him is difficult. He is considered either a saviour of interwar Portugal and an exponent of Christian philosophy in politics, or, on the contrary, a fascist-leaning dictator who obstructed his country's democratic evolution.

He rejected the secularism and anticlericalism of the French Revolution, which had a stronghold in the cities but was weak in rural areas.

Negative traits that were seen in the governments of other parts of Europe were not prevalent. He never claimed the superiority of a pure Portuguese stock.

There was no policy of antisemitism and he helped Jews escape the Nazis. Catholicism was emphasised but the bishops and the pope had to keep their place in the system he quietly controlled without fanfare or charisma.

Nationalism was used as a major justification for building a huge global empire that long outlasted those of France, Britain and the others.

Salazar also succeeded in using national pride to overwhelm localism and the bitter factionalism that had long troubled the nation before His coalition brought together monarchists, moderate republicans, businessmen, churchmen, landowners and the military.

Each of these groups understood that only with him in charge could their privileges be guaranteed. He believed in stability not democracy, but Portugal remained poor as Europe flourished in the s and s.

During the voyage, Jack and Barbossa realize Carina is the latter's long-lost daughter. Barbossa tells Jack that he had left her at an orphanage with his diary so she could live a better life, and refuses to tell her the truth so she will continue to believe her father was an astronomer.

Approaching the Trident's island, the Pearl evades a Royal Navy warship, which is destroyed by the Silent Mary before the Pearl runs aground on the island.

Jack, Barbossa, and Carina use the island's magic to part the ocean and open a path to the Trident's location on the ocean floor.

Salazar captures Henry and possesses him in order to walk on the ocean floor and seize the Trident. Once he does so, Henry is given his body back, and Jack distracts Salazar, allowing Henry to destroy the Trident, breaking all curses upon the sea and restoring Salazar's crew to life.

However, the divided sea begins to collapse in on itself. The Pearl lowers its anchor to lift them to safety, but Salazar pursues them, still hell-bent on killing Jack.

Carina realizes that Barbossa is her father when she spots a tattoo on his arm identical to the diary's cover.

Barbossa sacrifices himself to kill Salazar, allowing the others to escape alive. His wife, Elizabeth Swann , appears moments later and the Turner family reunites.

Henry and Carina kiss. Jack watches from the Pearl in faux-disgust before sailing away into the horizon, having been accepted by his crew as their captain once again, while also adopting Captain Barbossa's now-homeless monkey.

In a post-credits scene , Will and Elizabeth sleep in their bed together, when their room is intruded by Davy Jones. Just as Jones raises his claw to attack them, Will awakens and finds that the room is empty.

Assuming Jones' appearance to be a nightmare, Will goes back to sleep, oblivious to the presence of a trace of wet barnacles on the floor.

Additionally, Keira Knightley briefly appears at the end in a non-speaking role as Elizabeth Swann , [25] Will's wife and Henry's mother.

A silhouette of Davy Jones , one of the series' former villains, is seen in the post-credits scene, but actor Bill Nighy had stated that he was not informed about the character's appearance.

Shortly before the release of On Stranger Tides in , the cast and crew of the fourth film were told to set aside time in the near future, because Walt Disney Pictures intended to shoot a fifth and sixth film back-to-back.

Terry Rossio wrote a script for a fifth film without his partner Ted Elliott. After Marshall passed on the film, many directors were rumored to take over, including Gore Verbinski , who was responsible for the original three films.

Rossio's script draft was ultimately rejected, and the writer stated that a major reason was its use of a female villain, which made actor Johnny Depp "worried that would be redundant to Dark Shadows , which also featured a female villain.

The directors were inspired by the first film, The Curse of the Black Pearl , [41] stating that the original is thrilling but above all a comedy with heart, and wanted to reinvent the "structure and the dynamics between the characters.

Speaking at the On Stranger Tides press launch in Cannes , Depp said he would play the role so long as it is popular with the public. He also indicated that Disney could make a soft reboot with the franchise and focus on Will Turner and his son.

To ensure that Keira Knightley could reprise this role, the production moved for a one-day shoot in London, where she was working.

On December 2, , it was reported that Christoph Waltz was in talks to appear as the film's main antagonist, [59] but he later declined. The villain was eventually portrayed by Cruz's husband, Javier Bardem.

Scodelario confirmed that she was playing "a totally different character" from Elizabeth Swann , and also that she will be Henry's love interest, [21] [65] given in earlier drafts she was envisioned as a love interest of Sparrow.

Other actors had expressed interest in reprising their roles from the previous films, such as Tia Dalma portrayer Naomie Harris , [72] and Greg Ellis , even if his character Theodore Groves appeared to die in the previous film.

Village Roadshow Studios and the Whitsunday Islands were officially confirmed as filming locations. Its captain and owner, Kit Woodward, was a rigger on the film.

Filming commenced on February 17, The camera crew, led by director of photography Paul Cameron , also made extensive use of drones , to capture immersive views at sea without resorting to aerial footage or cranes.

Locals made up more than 75 percent of the plus crew then working on the film. A number of issues and controversies set back the film during its production.

Crew and cast members were forced to cover the camera lenses on all mobile phones with duct tape to prevent the film from being pirated before its release.

To prevent fans from interfering with the production, secret filming locations used the production name of "Herschel" to hide the fact it was the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film.

On March 10, , Depp was injured off set and had to be flown to the United States for surgery. This was the first film in the series that Hans Zimmer did not compose the music for.

He used this experience with the franchise to build a new sound for the film. As it took more than a year for the film to start production following Zanelli being hired, he accompanied the script's evolution, and was familiar with the character arcs that he would need to translate in their theme songs.

Zanelli always started writing the music on the piano, namely a synthesized orchestra. Work on the film concluded on April 19, Brozenich stated that what was kept of the original actors was "their run, gait and faces.

Atomic Fiction handled the scenes at St. Martin, turning the few blocks of buildings built on set into more than CG buildings, surrounded by a jungle environment.

The work combined references from both the Caribbean and Thailand, and enhanced through CGI both the guillotine on which Jack Sparrow is nearly executed and the bank from the heist scene; the bank was meant to look as if its foundations were dug through the ground instead of sliding on the surface.

The film also played in 4D on 4DX screens worldwide. Shortly before release, Dead Men Tell No Tales was allegedly stolen by a group of piracy hackers, who demanded a large sum of money from Disney in order for them not to leak the unreleased film.

The company refused to do so and worked with the FBI in order to uncover the identity of the group. The trailer was considered to be the "big" trailer of the event and was the most-viewed trailer of all the films advertised at the halftime show.

A new teaser poster was released with the trailer. Both teasers received a highly positive reaction from audiences. It was the lowest opening day of the franchise.

The robust opening has been attributed to the Dragon Boat Festival, Depp's star power, the ubiquity of the franchise, the impact of Shanghai Disneyland Park , and good word of mouth , with a score of 7.

The website's critical consensus reads, " Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales proves that neither a change in directors nor an undead Javier Bardem is enough to drain this sinking franchise's murky bilge.

Mike Ryan of Uproxx criticized what he termed as a convoluted plot and overabundance of characters, resulting in a film that was "practically incoherent.

Club wrote that the film echoes the first three of the franchise, "in which Johnny Depp's louche and campy Jack Sparrow played second banana to an insipid love story Scott of The New York Times said of the film, "Its pleasures are so meager, its delight in its own inventions so forced and false, that it becomes almost the perfect opposite of entertainment.

Richard Roeper of Chicago Sun-Times gave the film 3 out of 4 stars, saying: " Dead Men works well enough as a stand-alone, swashbuckling comedic spectacle, thanks to the terrific performances, some ingenious practical effects, impressive CGI and a steady diet of PG dialogue peppered with not particularly sophisticated but I have to admit fairly funny sexual innuendo.

He praised the visual effects, particularly Salazar and his crew, arguing that the film should be in line to receive an Academy Award for Visual Effects.

He also gave high praise to Bardem for being able to create such a "fully dimensional villain" under the layers of make-up and CGI, and Depp for keeping the film and franchise going.

It has fantastic visual effects, lots of humor that works, a lighthearted feel and sense of fun, and many terrific action set pieces. In October , it was reported that Disney had been looking for ways to reboot the franchise, bringing on Deadpool writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick though producer Jerry Bruckheimer was expected to return.

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Botelho Moniz ended up being removed from his government position. His political ally Francisco da Costa Gomes was nonetheless allowed to publish a letter in the newspaper "Diario Popular" reiterating his view that a military solution in Africa was unlikely.

In the s, most of the world ostracised the Portuguese government because of its colonial policy, especially the newly independent African nations.

Domestically, factions within Portugal's elite, including business, military, intellectuals and the church started to challenge Salazar and his policies.

Later, despite tentative overtures towards an opening of the regime, Marcelo Caetano balked at ending the colonial war, notwithstanding the condemnation of most of the international community.

The Carnation Revolution brought retreat from the colonies and acceptance of their independence, the subsequent power vacuum leading to the inception of newly independent communist states in , notably the People's Republic of Angola and the People's Republic of Mozambique , which promptly began to expel all of their white Portuguese citizens.

A brief conflict drew a mixture of worldwide praise and condemnation for Portugal. In India, the action was seen as a liberation of territory historically Indian by reason of its geographical position, while Portugal viewed it as an aggression against its national soil and its own citizens.

After India gained independence on 15 August , the British and French vacated their colonial possessions in the new country.

Subsequently, Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru initiated proceedings to find a diplomatic solution to the Goa problem.

The Portuguese had been in Goa since , while an independent India had only just been established. Nehru argued that the Goans were Indians by every standard and that Goa was a colony ruthlessly administered by a racist and fascist colonial regime, "just a pimple on the face of India", in his famous phrase.

Salazar maintained that in spite of Goa's location and the nature of Portugal's political system, it was a province of Portugal as integral to his nation as the Algarve.

Salazar further asserted that Goans nowhere considered or called themselves Indians, but rather deemed themselves to be Portuguese of Goa and that Goans were represented in the Portuguese legislature; indeed, some had risen to the highest levels of government and the administration of Portuguese universities.

The Goans had Portuguese citizenship with full rights, thus access to all governmental posts and the ability to earn their living in any part of the Portuguese territories.

Throughout the debate between Salazar and Nehru, Goans seem to have been apathetic regarding either position, [] and there were no signs in Goa of discontentment with the Portuguese regime.

With an Indian military operation imminent, Salazar ordered Governor General Manuel Vassalo e Silva to fight to the last man and adopt a scorched earth policy.

Salazar forced the general into exile for disobeying his order to fight to the last man and surrendering to the Indian Army. Adlai Stevenson , the American Ambassador to the United Nations, stated "we are confronted by the shocking news that the Indian Minister of Defence Krishna Menon , so well known in these halls for his advice on peace and his tireless enjoinders to everyone else to seek the way of compromise, was on the borders of Goa inspecting his troops at the zero hour of invasion.

Charter, stated in Article 2. On the other hand, Valerian Zorin , the Soviet Ambassador to the United Nations, maintained that the Goan question was wholly within India's domestic jurisdiction and could not be considered by the Security Council.

After Rhodesia proclaimed its Unilateral Declaration of Independence from Britain in , Portugal supported it economically and militarily through neighbouring Portuguese Mozambique until , even though it never officially recognised the new Rhodesian state, which was governed by a white minority elite.

In , the Mozambican Liberation Front took over the rule of Mozambique following negotiations with the new Portuguese regime installed by the Carnation Revolution.

Ian Smith later wrote in his biography The Great Betrayal that had Salazar lasted longer than he did, the Rhodesian government would have survived to the present day, ruled by a black majority government under the name of Zimbabwe Rhodesia.

Despite the authoritarian character of the regime, Portugal did not experience the same levels of international isolation as Spain did following World War II.

Unlike Spain, Portugal under Salazar was accepted into the Marshall Plan — in return for the aid it gave to the Allies during the final stages of the war.

Furthermore, also unlike Spain, it was one of the 12 founding members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation NATO in , a reflection of Portugal's role as an ally against communism during the Cold War in spite of its status as the only non-democratic founder.

It joined the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade in , and finally, Portugal signed a free trade agreement with the European Economic Community in , still under the auspices of the Estado Novo.

Although the militants of the First Republic had chosen education as one of their banner causes, the evidence shows that First Republic was less successful than the authoritarian Estado Novo in expanding elementary education.

Under Salazar the number of elementary schools grew from 7, in to 10, in In , the regime celebrated the fact that for the first time in Portuguese History, the majority of the population could read and write.

This plan included fines for parents who did not comply, and these were strictly enforced. By the late s Portugal had succeed in pulling itself out of the educational abyss in which it had long found itself: illiteracy among children of school age virtually disappeared.

In addition, the long-established universities of Lisbon and Coimbra were greatly expanded and modernised. The last two decades of the Estado Novo, from the s to the Carnation Revolution were marked by strong investment in secondary and university education , which experienced one of the fastest growth rates of Portuguese education in history.

After the politically unstable and financially chaotic years of the Portuguese First Republic , financial stability was Salazar's highest priority.

His first incursions into Portuguese politics as a member of the cabinet were during the Ditadura Nacional , when Portugal's public finances and the economy in general were in a critical state, with an imminent threat of default since at least the s.

The first era of his rule was thus an economic program based on the policies of autarky and interventionism , which were popular in the s as a response to the Great Depression.

Portugal's credit worthiness rose in foreign markets and the external floating debt was completely paid. However, Portugal remained largely underdeveloped, its population relatively poor and with low education attainment when compared to the rest of Europe.

Conservative Portuguese scholars such as Jaime Nogueira Pinto [] and Rui Ramos [] claim that Salazar's early reforms and policies allowed political and financial stability, therefore social order and economic growth.

On the other hand, historians such as the leftist politician Fernando Rosas claim that Salazar's policies from the s to the s led to economic and social stagnation and rampant emigration that turned Portugal into one of the poorest countries in Europe.

From the s, the picture changed, and even leftist historians recognise "that industrial growth throughout the s and s was generally quite positive and, given Portugal's basic problems, could probably have only been improved slightly by a more creatively liberal regime".

Throughout the s, Salazar maintained the same import substitution approach to economic policy that had ensured Portugal's neutral status during World War II.

From until Salazar's death, Portugal saw its GDP per capita increase at an annual average rate of 5. The rise of new technocrats in the early s with a background in economics and technical-industrial expertise led to a new period of economic fostering, with Portugal as an attractive country for international investment.

Industrial development and economic growth would continue throughout the s. This marked the initiation of Salazar's more outward-looking economic policy.

The economic growth and levels of capital formation from to were characterised by an unparalleled robust annual growth rates of GDP 6. Despite the effects of an expensive war effort in African territories against guerrilla groups, Portuguese economic growth from to under the Estado Novo created an opportunity for real integration with the developed economies of Western Europe.

For forty years, Portugal was governed by a man that had been educated at a seminary, had received minor orders, and had considered becoming a priest.

During their university years at Coimbra they shared a house, an old convent known as "Os Grilos". In July , with Salazar acting as minister of finance, the government revoked a law that had facilitated the organisation of religious processions.

Salazar presented his written resignation to the prime minister saying, "Your Excellency knows that I never asked for anything that might improve the legal status of Catholics".

He carefully avoided adding more problems to an already troubled nation, but he could not accept the "violation of rights already conceded by law or by former government to Catholics or the Church in Portugal".

Despite his identification with the Catholic lobby before coming to power and the fact that he based his political philosophy around a close interpretation of the Catholic social doctrine, he did nothing directly for religion in the initial phase of his rule.

He wanted to avoid the divisiveness of the First Republic, and he knew that a significant part of the political elite was still anti-clerical. Church and State remained apart.

The Church's lost property was never restored. The role of the Church should be social and not political, he argued. In the Constitution, Article 45 provided for freedom of public and private worship for all religions, together with the right to establish Church organizations and associations in accordance with the norms of law and order.

Salazar based his political theory on the doctrines of the popes and throughout the s achieved great prestige in the Catholic world.

In , the episcopate expressed its full support for the regime in a Carta Pastoral, reaffirmed the following year by the head of the Portuguese Catholic Church.

Pope Pius XII said, "I bless him with all my heart, and I cherish the most ardent desire that he be able to complete successfully his work of national restoration, both spiritual and material".

Salazar wanted to reinstate the Church to its proper place, but also wanted the Church to know its place and keep it. He made it clear when he declared, "The State will abstain from dealing in politics with the Church and feels sure that the Church will refrain from any political action.

In May , a Concordat between the Portuguese state and the Vatican was signed. The legislation of the parliamentary republic was not fundamentally altered: religious teaching in schools remained voluntary, while civil marriages and civil divorce were retained and religious oaths were not re-established.

The Bishops were to be appointed by the Holy See, but final nomination required the government's approval. The clergy were subject to military service, but in the form of pastoral care to the armed forces and, in time of war, also to the medical units.

The Catholic religion and morality were to be taught in public schools unless parents had requested the contrary. The law stated that "It is understood that by the very fact of the celebration of a canonical marriage, the spouses renounce the legal right to ask for a divorce.

Pinto and Rezola argue that a key strategy Salazar used to stabilise his regime was to come to terms with the Catholic Church through the Concordat.

Anti-clericalism would be discouraged and the Church would have an honored and central position in Portuguese life. The Church agreed to stay out of politics, but it did operate numerous social groups for adults and youth.

The Church role became a major pillar of the New State's "limited pluralism. Despite this landmark agreement, Church-state relations and inter-Church relations in Portugal were not without some tensions through the s.

Some prominent oppositionist priests, such as Abel Varzim and Joaquim Alves Correia, openly supported the MUD in and the granting of more social rights to the workers.

Abel Varzim, who had been a supporter of the regime, attacked Salazar and his claims of the Catholicism of the corporatist state, arguing that the regime was not true to Catholic social teaching as the people suffered in poverty.

Varzim's newspaper, O Trabalhador The Worker , was closed in Joaquim Alves Correia was forced into exile in the United States, where he died in The opposition candidate in the presidential election, Humberto Delgado , a Roman Catholic and a dissident of the regime, quoted Pope Pius XII to show how the social policies of the regime were against the social teachings of the Church.

It was time, he said, for the Church to come out of the catacombs and speak its mind. The bishop was not formally exiled, but he decided to leave the country, and it appears that Lisbon made it clear to Rome that the bishop's presence in Portugal would not be appropriate.

After the Second Vatican Council , a large number of Catholics became active in the democratic opposition. The pope's decision to travel to Bombay in December to take part in the Eucharistic Congress represented for the Portuguese head of government — who saw in India little more than the illegal occupier of Goa since December — no less than a direct affront to the nation as a whole.

On 21 October , the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Franco Nogueira, officially defined the visit as an agravo gratuito.

From the very start, he made every effort to remove any political significance from his visit. Religions other than the Catholic faith had little or no expression in Portugal.

Throughout the period of Salazar's Estado Novo there was no question of discrimination against the Jewish and Protestant minorities, and the ecumenical movement flourished.

According to Saraiva, Salazar's prose deserves a prominent place in the history of Portuguese literature, and only political barriers have deprived it of the place.

Saraiva says it is written with the clarity of the great prose of the 17th century, cleansed of all the distractions and sloppiness that often obscures the prose of the Portuguese scholars.

In , Salazar suffered a cerebral hemorrhage. Most sources maintain that it occurred when he fell from a chair in his summer house.

In February though, there were anonymous witnesses who admitted, after some investigation into Salazar's best-kept secrets, that he had fallen in a bath instead of from a chair.

Despite the injury, Salazar lived for a further two years. As a symbolic display of his views of Portugal and the colonial empire, there is well-known footage of several members of the Mocidade Portuguesa , of both African and European ethnicity, paying homage at his funeral.

Due to Salazar's long rule, a detached evaluation of him is difficult. He is considered either a saviour of interwar Portugal and an exponent of Christian philosophy in politics, or, on the contrary, a fascist-leaning dictator who obstructed his country's democratic evolution.

He rejected the secularism and anticlericalism of the French Revolution, which had a stronghold in the cities but was weak in rural areas.

Negative traits that were seen in the governments of other parts of Europe were not prevalent. He never claimed the superiority of a pure Portuguese stock.

There was no policy of antisemitism and he helped Jews escape the Nazis. Catholicism was emphasised but the bishops and the pope had to keep their place in the system he quietly controlled without fanfare or charisma.

Nationalism was used as a major justification for building a huge global empire that long outlasted those of France, Britain and the others.

Salazar also succeeded in using national pride to overwhelm localism and the bitter factionalism that had long troubled the nation before His coalition brought together monarchists, moderate republicans, businessmen, churchmen, landowners and the military.

Each of these groups understood that only with him in charge could their privileges be guaranteed. He believed in stability not democracy, but Portugal remained poor as Europe flourished in the s and s.

He spent large sums on soldiers to fight for control of the many colonies; it was a losing battle and by this time the old man was himself losing prestige and stature.

He always rejected goals such as modernity and progress and liberalism in favour of tradition, stability and conservatism, and the themes are still echoed into the 21st century by his admirers.

Historian Neill Lochery claims Salazar was one of the most gifted men of his generation and hugely dedicated to his job and country.

Wiarda, despite certain problems and continued poverty in many sectors, the consensus among historians and economists is that Salazar in the s brought remarkable improvements in the economic sphere, public works, social services and governmental honesty, efficiency and stability.

Life declared that "most of what is good in modern Portugal can be credited to Dr. The dictator is everything that most Portuguese are not — calm, silent, ascetic, puritanical, a glutton for work, cool to women.

He found a country in chaos and poverty. He has balanced the budget, built roads and schools, torn down slums, cut the death rate and enormously raised Portuguese self-esteem.

Hoare asserted that, in his 30 years of political life, he had met most of the leading statesmen of Europe, and regarded Salazar highly among those.

Salazar was to him a learned and impressive thinker — part professor, part priest, part recluse of unshakable beliefs. He regarded him as ascetic, concentrated on serving his country, with an encyclopedic knowledge of Europe and indifferent to ostentation, luxury or personal gains.

Hoare strongly believed in Salazar as "being a man of one idea — the good of his country", not wanting to endanger the work of national regeneration to which he had devoted the whole of his public life.

He met Salazar in person and agreed with Ambassador Hoare. Hayes wrote that Salazar 'didn't look like a regular dictator.

Rather, he appeared a modest, quiet, and highly intelligent gentleman and scholar In his memoirs, Staercke dedicates a full chapter to Salazar and ranks Salazar, together with Churchill and Paul-Henri Spaak as one of the three greatest political leaders he has met in his life.

Spanish dictator Francisco Franco spoke effusively of Salazar in an interview published by France's Le Figaro newspaper: "The most complete statesman, the one most worthy of respect, that I have known is Salazar.

The Portuguese historian, scholar, and editor, A. He became more and more of a dictator, more and more inclined to deify himself and to trust others less.

There are a few cracks in the facade. The assembly functions only as a rubber stamp. The opposition candidates are usually feeble old men left over from a regime that was discredited and overthrown four decades ago, and Salazar decides what they can and cannot talk about The Portuguese poet, writer, and literary critic Fernando Pessoa wrote that Salazar was "capable of governing within the limits of his area of expertise, which is financial science, but not capable of governing with the lack of limits of government in general", adding that "What is wrong, here, is not that Sr.

Oliveira Salazar is Minister of Finance, which I accept is right, but that he is minister of everything, which is more questionable.

The American author and political scientist, Paul H. Lewis , wrote of Salazar: "Though he never took Holy Orders he continued to live the solitary, ascetic life of a priest — never marrying, and devoting all his time, first to his academic career as an economist at Coimbra University, and later to running the government.

He was cold, intellectual, and dedicated — a man of "painful reserve: an almost Manichean fastidiousness, implying, perhaps a distaste for sex, and always a total involvement with his job.

In and two public opinion television shows aroused controversy. Salazar saw no prospects for his regime beyond his death.

Caetano tried to blunt the harsher edges of the regime he helped create, but the meager reforms he was able to wring out of the hardline elements of the government did not go nearly far enough for elements of the population who wanted more freedom.

Salazar was made member of the following Portuguese Orders. He also received several other similar distinctions from countries including France, Germany, Belgium, Poland, Romania and Spain.

Built by the Estado Novo 6 months ahead of schedule and under budget, it was the 5th longest suspension bridge in the world and the longest outside of the US.

It was then renamed '25 April Bridge'. Stadium Salazar , a noteworthy multi-purpose stadium built in Mozambique during the Estado Novo , was named after Salazar.

With 's new government it began to degrade. It was renamed Stadium of Machava. They were renamed since , especially in district capitals.

Around 20 localities still reference Salazar today. In popular culture, Salazar's Cake Bolo de Salazar is the name given to a cake that Salazar used to eat sometimes.

It is cheap and simple, perhaps with similarities to sponge cake. Kitchen cake spatulas are sometimes referred to as 'Salazar' in Portugal for their effectiveness in not leaving any residue behind.

A wine brand called Terras de Salazar "Lands of Salazar" was approved in by the national institute. It never reached the market due to the owner's economic troubles.

It was rejected by the same institute for offensiveness and the possibility of public disorder. The mayor claimed the refusal was ridiculous and will not give up or drop the name Salazar from future brand name proposals.

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