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9e6c80dfbb Afonso, Rui (1995). ^ a b Milgram 2011, p.89. ^ Milgram 2011, p.70. Director: Joo Correa, Francisco Manso. Sousa Mendes continued on to Hendaye to assist there, thus narrowly missing two cablegrams from Lisbon sent on June 22 to Bordeaux ordering him to stop even as France's armistice with Germany became official. Furthermore, Sousa Mendes ordered the honorary Portuguese vice-consul in Toulouse, Emile Gissot, to issue transit visas to all who applied..  He was also warned that the American authorities would also not approve his conduct. ^ Milgram 2011, p.121.
^ Afonso, Um Homem Bom, p.40 and "Marsman," Sousa Mendes Foundation. ^ a b Milgram 2011, p.13. ^ Robert Jacobvitz, "Reinstating the Name and Honor of a Portuguese Diplomat Who Rescued Jews During World War II: Community Social Work Strategies," Journal of Jewish Communal Service, Spring 2008 and Jonathan Curiel, John Paul Abranches, Hero Envoy's Son, Dies," San Francisco Chronicle, 19 February 2009. e-Journal of Portuguese History. The couple eventually ended up selling all their furniture from their family mansion and raising debts with banks. Sousa Mendes died in poverty on April 3, 1954, owing money to his lenders and still in disgrace with his government. In 2008 the Portuguese ambassador Joo Hall Themido took a stand affirming that in his opinion the Sousa Mendes story was a "myth invented by Jews" and asserting his disbelief in the 30,000 figure. A similar path was followed by Portuguese Professor Jos Hermano Saraiva, a former Antnio de Oliveira Salazar and Marcelo Caetano minister, and a great admirer of Salazar. Language: Portuguese .. An estimated six to ten million people took to the roads and railways to escape the German invasion. Bordeaux and other southern French cities were overrun by desperate refugees. Historian Avraham Milgram observes that Afonso holds a minority view: the mainstream view is that Sousa Mendes was disciplined for the granting of too many visas, in violation of his instructions.. Mendes has been recognized.