Arquivo Nacional da Torre do Tombo. National Archive of Torre do Tombo, Portugal.
Contemporary Portuguese History Online. Features images and essays on diverse topics, including the 1940 Exposition of the Portuguese World.
Museu da Presidência da República. Features images of 1933 constitution, presidents and officials.
Universidade de Aveiro | Fundação Portugal-Africa. A collection of "School Books" includes a set of books / textbooks for the teaching of indigenous African - the first in the history of Portuguese colonization. The vast majority were produced by a team of educators, led by António Almeida Abrantes, Inspector Directorate of School Education in Angola, and Angolan illustrated by an artist.
Portuguese-Speaking Diaspora in the Lilly Library, Indiana University. The materials in this exhibit represent five centuries of the Portuguese-speaking diaspora with emphasis on history, literature, religion and the arts.
Portugal 1934. Image gallery of the publication by SPN.
Diário da República. the official gazette of Portugal. Before 1976, it was called Diário do Governo.
Salazar. Website with many images of Salazar and the New State.
Lápis Azul. Website for the film on censorship.
ESTADO NOVO - PROPAGANDA. Posters and graphics.
Portugal's Forgotten War/Portugese Guinea 1972 article. Air Enthusiast, Vol. 2, No. 2, February 1972. Article is reproduced in large images in blog entry.
Salazar and the Secretariado da Propaganda Nacional. Posted by Julie L. Mellby on May 10, 2011. Princeton University.
Gare Marítima de Alcântara and Gare Marítima da Rocha do Conde de Óbidos. Many pictures and discussion of the architecture and ferry services of the stations as well as the decorative murals of José de Almada Negreiros.
Os Painéis das Estações Marítimas de Lisboa de Almada Negreiros (Panels Stations Maritime Lisbon Almada Negreiros) and Os Painéis das Estações Marítimas de Lisboa de Almada Negreiros 2 (part 2 of same). Blog with pictures and analysis of the Negreiros' murals.
Documentário sobre o Estado Novo e a imagética do Poder, criado por alunos de História da Arte da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Coimbra.
Documentary about the New State and Imagery of Power by students of Art History, Faculty of Arts, University of Coimbra.