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Révolution des Œillets 1974 - Portugal

Révolution des Œillets 1974 - Portugal

Révolution des Œillets 1974 - Portugal

Révolution des Œillets 1974 - Portugal

Révolution des Œillets 1974 - Portugal

Révolution des Œillets 1974 - Portugal

A girl carries red carnations in a parade celebrating the April 25 1974 revolution, also known as the Revolution of the Carnations, in Portugal. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)

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A girl carries red carnations in a parade celebrating the April 25 1974 revolution, also known as the Revolution of the Carnations, in Portugal. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)

Révolution des Œillets 1974 - Portugal

Révolution des Œillets 1974 - Portugal

Eduardo Gageiro- Lisboa, 1966

Eduardo Gageiro- Lisboa, 1966

Révolution des Œillets 1974 - Portugal

Révolution des Œillets 1974 - Portugal

This was in Portugal. April 25th 1974, “A Revolução dos Cravos” (The Carnation Revolution), The Day of Freedom.    “The name “Carnation Revolution” comes from the fact no shots were fired and when the population started descending the streets to celebrate the end of the war in the colonies, carnation flowers were put on the guns’ ends and on the uniforms.”

This was in Portugal. April 25th 1974, “A Revolução dos Cravos” (The Carnation Revolution), The Day of Freedom. “The name “Carnation Revolution” comes from the fact no shots were fired and when the population started descending the streets to celebrate the end of the war in the colonies, carnation flowers were put on the guns’ ends and on the uniforms.”

Révolution des Œillets 1974 - Portugal

Révolution des Œillets 1974 - Portugal

Révolution des Œillets 1974 - Portugal

Révolution des Œillets 1974 - Portugal

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25 Abril 1974 - Portuguese Revolution <3

25 Abril 1974 - Portuguese Revolution <3

La révolution des oeillets au Portugal, 1974 (DR)

La révolution des oeillets au Portugal, 1974 (DR)

modernmonarchist: House of Braganza His Most Faithful Majesty King Manuell II of Portugal and the Algarves (15 November 1889 – 2 July 1932) Known as ”the Patriot” ("o Patriota") or “the Unfortunate” ("o Desventurado"), he ascended to the Portuguese throne after the assassination of his father, King Carlos I of Portugal, and his elder brother, Luís Filipe, Prince Royal of Portugal. Before ascending the throne he was Duke of Beja.

modernmonarchist: House of Braganza His Most Faithful Majesty King Manuell II of Portugal and the Algarves (15 November 1889 – 2 July 1932) Known as ”the Patriot” ("o Patriota") or “the Unfortunate” ("o Desventurado"), he ascended to the Portuguese throne after the assassination of his father, King Carlos I of Portugal, and his elder brother, Luís Filipe, Prince Royal of Portugal. Before ascending the throne he was Duke of Beja.

History Lesson : Carnation Revolution. 25 of April    The name "Carnation Revolution" comes from the fact no shots were fired and when the population started descending the streets to celebrate the end of the war in the colonies, carnation flowers were put on the guns' ends and on the uniforms.

History Lesson : Carnation Revolution. 25 of April The name "Carnation Revolution" comes from the fact no shots were fired and when the population started descending the streets to celebrate the end of the war in the colonies, carnation flowers were put on the guns' ends and on the uniforms.