Armindo Monteiro

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Armindo Rodrigues de Sttau Monteiro (born in Vila Velha de Ródão, 16 December 1896; died Loures 15 October 1955), known as Armindo Monteiro, was a Portuguese university professor, businessman, diplomat and politician who exercised important functions during the Estado Novo period. He served at the Ministry of the Colonies, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and as the Portuguese ambassador to the United Kingdom during the first part of the Second World War.[1]

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  1. ^ Armindo Rodrigues de Sttau Monteiro. História De Portugal. Accessed 17 June 2011.