Tarrafal Nunca Mais! Manifestação popular na trasladação dos corpos dos mortos do Tarrafal, fevereiro de 1978. Fundação Mário Soares-Maria Barroso - imagem integrada na exposição Tarrafal, Nunca Mais!, que o Museu do Aljube acolheu em 2019 (https://www.museudoaljube.pt/expo/tarrafal-nunca-mais/)

Transfer of the remains of those who lost their lives in the Tarrafal Concentration Camp

18 February 2021

#Nestedia February 18, in 1978, thousands of people travelled through Lisbon in heavy rain, following the transfer of the remains of those who lost their lives in the Tarrafal Concentration Camp.

In a very just and chilling tribute to the “tarrafalistas” murdered by fascism, on that day a Memorial Mausoleum was inaugurated in the Alto de São João Cemetery, erected by public subscription, where in addition to the names of the 32 mortal victims, it reads: “To those who in the long night from fascism they were bearers of freedom and for freedom they died in the Tarrafal Concentration Camp ”.

Four years after the 25th of April, antifascist memory took to the streets with the slogans “Tarrafal Nunca Mais” and “Fascismo Nunca Mais”, realizing one of the most emblematic moments in the memory of repression and dictatorship.

3. Trasladação dos Restos Mortais das Vítimas do Tarrafal. Centro de Documentação do Museu do Aljube. Doação de Clementino Amaro.

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