Portuguese in WWI

Via après moi, le déluge, the online collection of the Portuguese National Library, with yet another interface to learn. (Why don’t they just give their money and projects to Google?) I didn’t know that Portugal fought in the Great War, but here’s the German Master Race Spider, a Portuguese soldier, and a poster from 1923 recalling the slaughter of the Portuguese expeditionary force at the Battle of Lys / Armentières / Estaires.

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