This essay, written on the extraordinary life of De Paiva Coucerio, who started his rise to prominence as an officer in Angola in 1889 before becoming Colonial governor in 1907. Fiercely loyal to the King, he was branded a counter revolutionary and persecuted but always clung to the ideal “Empire we are, Empire we must remain.”
Date Published: 1948
Publication Place: Lisboa
Condition: Good to fair. Pages are age tanned. Foxing to page edges. Wear and foxing to boards.
Binding: Limp boards.