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Archival images and audiovisual testimony : negotiating the end of empire in the documentary films Guerra Colonial. Histórias de Campanha em Moçambique (1998) and Natal 71 (1999)

Archival images and audiovisual testimony : negotiating the end of empire in the documentary films Guerra Colonial. Histórias de Campanha em Moçambique (1998) and Natal 71 (1999)

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STOCK, Robert, 2014. Archival images and audiovisual testimony : negotiating the end of empire in the documentary films Guerra Colonial. Histórias de Campanha em Moçambique (1998) and Natal 71 (1999). In: International Journal of Iberian Studies. 27(2-3), pp. 183-201. ISSN 1364-971X. eISSN 1758-9150

@article{Stock2014Archi-29271, title={Archival images and audiovisual testimony : negotiating the end of empire in the documentary films Guerra Colonial. Histórias de Campanha em Moçambique (1998) and Natal 71 (1999)}, year={2014}, doi={10.1386/ijis.27.2-3.183_1}, number={2-3}, volume={27}, issn={1364-971X}, journal={International Journal of Iberian Studies}, pages={183--201}, author={Stock, Robert} }

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