Abel Botelho

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Abel Botelho (by António Ramalho).

Abel Acácio de Almeida Botelho (23 September 1855 – 1917), born in Tabuaço and deceased in Argentina, was a Portuguese military officer and diplomat, but distinguish himself as a writer. In 1911, he took part on the commission which chose and approved the draft for what would be the current flag of Portugal.


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