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e-Journal of Portuguese History

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PEREIRA, Miriam Halpern. Crown, Empire, and Nation (1807-1834). e-JPH [online]. 2013, vol.11, n.1, pp.64-84. ISSN 1645-6432.

Portugal went through one of the most complex periods in its whole history when an informal British occupation followed the French invasions. This provides an interesting case for the study of the evolution of the three main institutions and political concepts involved in the ending of the Old Regime: the Crown, the Empire, and the Nation, each with its own chronology. The main focus of this article is the changing relationships between these concepts during this period, in which the coexistence of old and new institutions is visible and their changing geography appears both as a factor in and as a consequence of this process.

Palavras-chave : Brazil; Crown; Empire; French Invasions; King John VI; Portuguese Liberal Revolution.

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