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Bragança, Duarte Pio, duque de, 1945-

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    • Barcelos, Duarte, Duque de, 1945-
    • Beira, Pio Duarte, Príncipe da, 1945-
    • Bragança, Duarte de, Príncipe da Beira, 1945-
    • Bragança, Duarte João, Duque de, 1945-
    • Bragança, Duarte Pio João Miguel Gabriel Rafael de, 1945-
    • Bragança, Pio Duarte de, Príncipe da Beira, 1945-
    • Duarte, Príncipe da Beira, 1945-
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    • Beira, Duarte, Príncipe da, 1945-
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    • found: Affonso, D. de A. Arvore de costados de S.A.R. o Príncipe da Beira, 1957:p. 15 (Pio DUARTE de Bragança, Príncipe da Beira; b. Berne, 5/15/45) p. 19 (Pio DUARTE Nuno João Miguel Gabriel Rafael de Bragança)
    • found: Encic. port. e bras. App.(Duarte (D) Príncipe da Beira e Duque de Barcelos)
    • found: Morais, J. D. [i.e. Dom] Duarte, 1995:t.p. (D. Duarte, a primeira biografia) p. 11 (D. Duarte João, Duque de Bragança) chapt. 1 (Duarte Pio João Miguel Gabriel Rafael, son of Dona Maria Francisca de Orleans e Bragança; b. "on Portuguese soil" in the Portuguese legation in Berne, Switzerland; in 1950 the Portuguese 2nd Republic passed a law revoking the official banishment (1834) of the descendents of Dom Miguel from any direct involvement in any "vida portuguesa," now allowing for their return to Portugal (1953))
    • found: Mendes, N.C. Duarte e Isabel, c1995:t.p. (duques de Bragança) cover p. 4 (o enlace de Duarte e Isabel, os duques de Bragança...os herdeiros da Coroa) índice (D. Duarte Pio; D. Duarte Nuno [his father, the deceased Duque]) p. 70 (D. Duarte Pio João Miguel Gabriel Rafael de Bragança; footnote 1: D. Duarte é chefe da Sereníssima Casa de Bragança, duque de Bragança, de Guimarães e de Barcelos, marquês de Vila Viçosa, conde de Arraiolos, de Ourém, de Barcelos, de Faria, de Neiva e de Guimarães; in his position as heir to the "Pretender to the throne" of Portugal, he was known as the Príncipe da Beira, until the death of his father, the Pretender [D. Duarte Nuno, who died in 1976])
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