The past emerges | 15.09.2014


Researchers discuss the importance of the collection avaiable on the Political Memories and the Resistance website, maintained by the Public Archives of the State of São Paulo. It allows access to more than 314,000 index cards and 12,800 police records produced by political surveillance organs between 1924 and 1999.

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