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Brazil - Notable Historical Events

Charles DarwinFeb 29, 1832

Getúlio Dornelles VargasNov 3, 1930

John Paul IIJul 9, 1980

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Brazil - Historical Events
Date Event
1500-01-26

Vicente Yáñez Pinzón becomes the first European to set foot in Brazil.

1500-04-22

Pedro Alvarez Cabral discovers Brazil & claims it for Portugal

1500-04-23

Pedro Cabral lands & annexes Brazil (Terra da Vera Cruz)

1549-02-10

Tomé de Sousa appointed governor general of Brazil

1549-03-29

The city of Salvador da Bahia, the first capital of Brazil, is founded.

1554-01-25

Founding of São Paulo city, Brazil.

1565-03-01

Portuguese soldier Estácio de Sá founds the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

1567-06-20

Jews are expelled from Brazil by order of regent Don Henrique

1599-12-25

The city of Natal, Brazil, is founded.

1624-05-10

Dutch admirals Jacob Willekens & Piet Heyn conquer Salvador da Bahia (Brazil)

1627-03-03

Piet Heyn conquerors 22 ships in Bay of Salvador Brazil

1630-02-14

Dutch fleet of 69 ships reaches Pernambuco, Brazil

1636-08-04

Johan Mauritius appointed governor of Dutch Brazil

1637-01-23

Dutch governor Johan Mauritius lands in Pernambuco Brazil

1638-01-05

Petition in Recife Brazil leads to closing of their 2 synagogues

1644-05-06

Johan Mauritius resigns as governor of Brazil

1645-04-07

Michael Cardozo becomes 1st Jewish lawyer in Brazil

1654-04-26

Jews are expelled from Brazil

1661-08-06

The Treaty of The Hague is signed whereby the Dutch Republic sells New Holland (Brazil) for 63 tonnes of gold

1695-11-20

Zumbi, the last of the leaders of Quilombo dos Palmares in early Brazil and ex-slave, is executed.

1729-07-22

Diamonds found in Minas Geras Brazil

1792-04-21

Tiradentes, a revolutionary leading movement for Brazil's independence, is hanged, drawn and quartered.

1812-12-29

The USS Constitution under the command of Captain William Bainbridge, captures the HMS Java off the coast of Brazil after a three hour battle.

1815-12-05

Foundation of Maceió in Brazil.

1822-09-07

Pedro I, son of King Joao VI declares Brazil's independence from Portugal (National Day)

1822-12-01

Dom Pedro crowned emperor of Brazil

1823-07-02

Bahia Independence Day: the end of Portuguese rule in Brazil, with the final defeat of the Portuguese crown loyalists in the province of Bahia.

1824-05-26

Brazil is recognized by US

1825-08-25

Uruguay declares independence from Brazil (National Day)

1825-08-29

Portugal recognizes the Independence of Brazil.

1828-08-27

Uruguay gains independence during Brazil-Argentina peace talks

1831-04-07

Dom Pedro abdicates to son, Dom Pedro II crowned emperor of Brazil

1832-02-29

Charles Darwin visits jungle near Bahia Brazil

1835-09-20

Farroupilha's Revolution begins in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

1836-08-01

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin returns to Bahia Brazil

1856-05-07

Argentina & Brazil sign a navigation pact

1861-08-01

Brazil recognizes Confederacy

1864-10-07

Naval Engagement at Bahia Harbor, Brazil - CSS Florida vs USS Wachusett

1864-10-11

Campina Grande, Brazil was established as a city.

1866-10-22

Paraguay: Battle of Curupaytí against Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay.

1883-09-21

1st direct US-Brazil telegraph connection

1888-05-13

Princess Isabel of Brazil signs "Lei Auréa" abolishing slavery

1889-11-15

Dom Pedro II, Emperor of Brazil, deposed; republic proclaimed

1897-12-12

Belo Horizonte, the first planned city of Brazil, is founded.

1903-11-17

In the Treaty of Petropolis, Bolivia cedes the territory of Arce to Brazil; Bolivia gains rail and water outlets in the east

1908-03-25

Clube Atletico Mineiro, Founded in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

1908-06-18

Japanese immigration to Brazil begins when 781 people arrive in Santos aboard the Kasato-Maru ship

1914-04-25

US President W Wilson is persuaded by the ABC powers - Argentina, Brazil, and Chile - to accept mediation in the conflict with Mexico

1915-08-31

Brazil becomes a signatory to the Buenos Aires copyright treaty.

1917-10-26

World War I:Brazil declared in state of war with Central Powers.

1921-06-11

Brazil adopts women suffrage

1922-02-09

Brazil becomes a member of the Berne Convention copyright treaty.

1924-07-05

Military revolt in Sao Paulo Brazil

1926-03-17

Spain & Brazil prevent Germany joining League of Nations

1926-06-12

Brazil leaves League of Nations

1927-09-07

The University of Minas Gerais is founded in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, by GovernorAntônio Carlos.

1930-10-24

A bloodless coup d'état in Brazil ousts Washington Luís Pereira de Sousa, the last President of the First Republic. Getúlio Vargas then installed as "provisional president."

1930-11-03

Getúlio Dornelles Vargas became Head of the Provisional Government in Brazil after a bloodless coup on October 24.

1942-08-22

Brazil declares war on Germany, Japan & Italy

1945-04-02

Diplomatic relations between the Soviet Union and Brazil are established.

1945-10-29

Getulio Vargas, President of Brazil, resigns.

1946-03-10

Train derailment kills 185 near Aracaju Brazil

1947-10-11

Brazil & Chile break diplomatic relations with USSR

1950-07-16

Uruguay beats Brazil 2-1 for soccer's 4th World Cup in Rio de Janeiro

1954-08-23

President Getulio Vargas of Brazil resigns temporarily

1955-10-03

Juscelino Kubitschek de Oliveira becomes pres of Brazil

1956-01-31

Juscelino Kubitschek becomes president of Brazil

1958-06-28

Brazil becomes world soccer champ in Sweden

1958-06-29

Brazil beats Sweden 5-2 in soccer's 6th World Cup at Stockholm

1960-04-21

Brasilia becomes capital of Brazil

1960-07-16

205,000 (record sports attend) see Brazil-Uruguay World Cup soccer

1960-08-24

60 people die when bus plunges off bridge into Turvo River, Brazil

1960-10-03

Janio Quadros elected president of Brazil

1961-12-17

Disgruntled employee set fire to a circus tent in Niteroi Brazil

1962-04-16

Brazil nationalizes US businesses

1962-06-17

Brazil Beats Czechoslovakia in soccer's 7th World Cup at Santiago

1964-03-31

Pres Jango Goulart of Brazil chased out of office by military

1964-04-02

Military coup in Brazil by Gen Castello Branco, Pres Goulart ousted

1967-03-15

Marshal Arturo da Costa e Silva sworn in as pres of Brazil

1970-06-21

Brazil beats Italy, 4-1, to win soccer's World Cup (in Mexico City)

1970-06-30

Brazil beats Italy 4-1 in soccer's 9th World Cup at Mexico City

1971-02-04

Government exhibit under construction in Brazil collapses, kills 65

1971-04-26

Heaviest rains ever in Bahia district of Brazil, 15" in 24 hrs

1974-07-28

69 die when packed bus strikes heavy truck (Belem, Brazil)

1974-11-01

Fire kills 189 in less than 25 min (Sao Paulo Brazil)

1980-07-09

7 die in a stampede to see Pope John Paul II in Brazil

1984-02-25

Oil fire in Cubatao Brazil kills 500

1984-07-22

22nd Tennis Fed Cup: Czech beats Australia in Sao Paulo Brazil (2-1)

1984-08-11

101,799 fans at soccer match Brazil vs France

1985-01-15

Tancredo Neves becomes 1st elected president of Brazil in 21 years

1985-06-21

American, Brazilian & West German forensic pathologists confirm skeletal remains exhumed in Brazil were Nazi Dr Josef Mengele

1988-02-20

500 die in heavy rains in Rio de Janeiro Brazil

1988-10-05

Brazil adopts its Constitution

1989-11-12

Brazil holds 1st free presidential election in 29 years

1989-12-17

Brazil elects conservative Fernando Collor de Mello as president

1990-03-15

Fernando Collor de Mello sworn in as pres of Brazil

1991-03-15

Territories of Amapa & Roraima become states in Brazil

1992-06-03

World's largest environmental summit opens (Rio De Janeiro Brazil)

1992-10-02

VP Itamar Franco becomes pres of Brazil

1992-10-02

The Carandiru Massacre takes place after a riot in the Carandiru Penitentiary in São Paulo, Brazil.

1993-04-21

Brazil votes against a monarchy

1993-09-07

Brazil votes over importing monarchy

1994-07-04

USA loses to Brazil 1-0 in 1994 World Cup quarter finals

1994-07-17

Brazil beats Italy in a shoot out, for their 4th soccer world cup

1994-10-03

Fernando Henrique Cardoso elected president of Brazil

1995-01-01

Fernando Henrique Cardoso installed as president of Brazil

1996-10-31

Transportes Aéreos Regionais (TAM) Flight 402, a Fokker F100, crashes into several houses in São Paulo, Brazil killing 98 including 2 on the ground.

1997-03-04

Brazil Senate allows women to wear slacks

1998-07-12

France beats Brazil 3-0 for soccer's 16th World Cup (1st title)

1999-06-06

At the Putim maximum security prison in Brazil, 345 prisoners run from the main gate in the largest jailbreak in Brazilian history, marking the 10th escape for the three-year-old facility. In the ensuing manhunt, two fugitives are killed and five innocent bystanders are accidentally jailed.

2000-06-12

Sandro Rosa do Nascimento takes hostages while robbing Bus #174 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; the highly-publicized standoff becomes a media circus and ends with the death of do Nascimento and a hostage.

2001-03-15

The world's largest oil rig, located off Brazil and operated by Petrobras, suffers three explosions

2002-06-30

Brazil beats Germany 2-0 for soccer's 17th World Cup in South Korea & Japan

2006-03-10

Mass unrest by the PCC started in São Paulo (the biggest city in Brazil) which would eventually kill more than 152 people.

2006-05-13

2006 São Paulo violence: a major rebellion occurs in several prisons in Brazil.

2007-07-17

TAM Airlines (TAM Linhas Aéreas) Flight 3054 crashes upon landing during rain in São Paulo. This is Brazil's deadliest aviation accident to date with an estimated 199 deaths.

2009-06-01

Air France Flight 447 crashes into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Brazil on a flight from Rio de Janeiro to Paris. All 228 passengers and crew were killed.

2009-06-09

Brazil officially enters recession

2013-03-13

An Embraer 821 aeroplane crashes and kills 9 people in Para, Brazil

2013-03-19

16 people are killed by mudslides in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2013-05-14

Brazil becomes the 15th country to legalize same-sex marriage

2013-07-13

Ten people are killed after a bus crash in Minas Gerais, Brazil

2014-07-08

Germany defeat Brazil by a record 7-1 to make it to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final

2014-10-26

Dilma Rousseff is re-elected President of Brazil

2016-03-10

Brazil prosecutors request arrest of ex-President Lula

2016-03-15

Former Brazil president Lula 'to become minister'

2016-04-12

Brazil Congressional committee recommends impeaching President Rousseff

2016-04-17

Congress to vote on impeaching Rousseff in divided Brazil

2016-04-28

Brazil's Rio de Janeiro state moves ahead with oil and gas tax

2016-05-11

Brazil Senate set to vote on Rousseff impeachment

2016-07-27

2 Brazil warplanes collide while training for Olympics duty

2016-08-06

Brazil's interim president declares Olympic Games open

2016-08-18

Brazil police pull US swimmers from flight in robbery probe

2016-08-24

Brazil police probe money laundering tied to Olympic ticket ring

2016-09-07

Brazil's Rousseff Vacates Presidential Palace After Ouster

2017-01-02

Brazil gunman kills ex-wife, son and 10 others in Campinas

2017-01-15

Prison Riot in Brazil Leaves at Least 10 Inmates Dead

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Brazil - Notable Birthdays

Getulio VargasApr 19, 1883

Orville RedenbacherJul 16, 1907

NeymarFeb 5, 1992

Brazil - Birthdays
Date Event
1517-10-18

Manoel da Nóbrega, Portuguese Jesuit in Brazil (d. 1570)

1763-06-13

Jose B de Andrada e Silva, premier of Brazil

1797-01-22

Maria Leopoldina of Austria, Empress of Brazil (d. 1826)

1798-10-12

A J Pedro I van Alcantara, Kaiser of Brazil (1822-31)/king of Portugal

1822-03-14

Teresa of the Two Sicilies, Empress of Brazil (d. 1889)

1825-12-02

Pedro II van Alcantara, Emperor of Brazil (1831-89)

1827-08-05

Deodoro da Fonseca, first President of Brazil (d.1892)

1837-01-04

Casimiro de Abreu, Brazil, poet (Camoes e o jau)

1839-06-21

Joaquim M Machado de Assic, Brazil, writer (Epitaph of a small winner)

1841-10-04

Prudente José de Morais Barros, President of Brazil (d. 1912)

1842-04-28

Louis PMFG of Orleans, earl of Brazil (1870-89)

1843-02-22

Affonso de Escragnolle Taunay, France/Brazil writer (Inocencia)

1849-11-05

Rui Barbosa, Brazil, statesman/jurist/essayist/civil liberties

1864-07-06

Alberto Nepomuceno, Brazil, composer/conductor (Artemis)

1865-05-23

Epitácio Pessoa, President of Brazil (d. 1942)

1869-10-26

Washington Luís Pereira de Sousa, President of Brazil (d. 1957)

1875-08-08

Artur da Silva Bernardes, President of Brazil (d. 1955)

1883-04-19

Getulio Vargas, President of Brazil (1930-45, 1951-54), modernizer

1885-05-18

Eurico Gaspar Dutra, president of Brazil (1945-50)

1887-03-05

Heitor Villa-Lobos, Rio de Janeiro Brazil, composer (Salon Waltz)

1894-02-01

Herman Hupfeld, Brazil

1894-02-15

Oswaldo Aranha, Brazil, lawyer/statesman (1st pres of UN)

1895-02-28

Guiomar Novaes, Brazil, pianist (Brazilian Order of Merit)

1897-02-06

Alberto [de Almeida] Cavalcanti, Brazil, director (Nicholas Nickleby)

1900-09-20

Humberto de Alencar Castelo Branco, Brazil general/pres (1964-67)

1901-12-14

Homero Dornellas, Brazil Symphony

1902-09-12

Juscelino Kubitschek, president Brazil (1955-60)

1902-10-03

Arturo da Costa e Silva, marshal/pres of Brazil (1967-69)

1904-02-17

Enric Madriguera, The Thrill of Brazil

1905-12-04

Emilio Médici, president Brazil (1969-74)

1906-12-25

Lew Grade, British TV mogul (ATV)/movie producer (Boys from Brazil)

1907-02-01

Mozart Camargo Guarnieri, São Paulo Brazil, composer/conductor

1907-07-16

Orville Redenbacher, Brazil Indiana, American popcorn King (Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet)

1908-04-08

Tito Guízar, Brazil

1909-02-09

Carmen Miranda, Brazil, vocalist/actress (Copacabana, Date With Judy)

1909-05-15

James Mason, England, actor (Lolita, Bloodline, Boys From Brazil)

1910-08-08

Francisco Brochado Da Rocha, PM of Brazil (1962)

1912-07-29

Myrtle Devenish, Brazil

1914-03-24

Lilli Palmer, Posen Germany, actress (Boys From Brazil, Sebastian)

1914-05-24

Lilli Palmer, The Boys from Brazil

1915-11-14

Ann Way, Brazil

1917-06-13

Bert Cann, The Boys from Brazil

1918-01-15

João Figueiredo, President of Brazil (d. 1999)

1919-06-12

Uta Hagen, Germany, actress (Boys From Brazil)/teaches acting

1919-06-12

Uta Hagen, The Boys from Brazil

1922-04-04

Antony Brown, Brazil

1922-06-29

Georg Marischka, The Boys from Brazil

1923-04-04

Peter Vaughan, Brazil

1924-07-10

Bobo Brazil, American professional wrestler (d. 1998)

1924-07-10

Bobo Brazil, I Like to Hurt People

1924-08-12

Barbara Hicks, Brazil

1926-03-10

Oscar Quitak, Brazil

1926-08-06

Patrick Connor, Brazil

1927-09-29

Adhemar Ferreira da Silva, Brazil, triple jumper (Olympic-gold-52, 56)

1929-01-31

Marvin Antonowsky, The Battle of Brazil: A Video History

1929-07-05

Katherine Helmond, Brazil

1929-08-27

Ira Levin, author (Rosemary Baby, Boys From Brazil, This Perfect Day)

1930-06-07

Hilderaldo Luiz Bellini, Itapira, Brazil, footballer (World Cup 1958, 1952, 51 caps), (d. 2014)

1930-06-28

Itamar Franco, President of Brazil

1931-06-18

Fernando Henrique Cardoso, President of Brazil from 1995 to 2002

1935-01-19

Bryan Pringle, Brazil

1936-11-20

Bill Wallis, Brazil

1939-10-11

Maria Bueno, Sao Paulo Brazil, tennis player (Wimbledon 1959)

1940-03-29

Astrud Gilberto, Brazil, singer (Girl From Ipanema)

1940-10-23

Pelé [Edson Arantes do Nascimento], Três Corações, Minas Gerais, Brazil, Brazilian footballer (Player of the Century - 1281 goals in 1363 games)

1940-11-09

Peter Butler, Brazil

1941-02-11

Sergio Mendes, jazz/pop musician (Brazil '66/'77/'88)

1941-02-15

Florinda Bolkan, Ceara Brazil, actress (Damned, Last Valley, Word)

1941-04-07

Gorden Kaye, Brazil

1942-08-19

Ray Cooper, Brazil

1943-08-12

Geoff Muldaur, Brazil

1943-9-12

Maria Muldaur, Brazil

1944-02-14

Reginaldo Rossi, Brazil Avenue

1944-05-20

Cipa Dichter, Rio de Janeiro Brazil, pianist/wife of Misha Dichter

1945-10-27

Luis Inácio Lula da Silva, President of Brazil

1946-02-08

Graham Ford, Brazil

1946-04-22

Dectuplets, Bacacay Brazil, 8 males & 2 females

1946-12-08

John Rubinstein, Los Angeles California, actor/composer (Family, Boys from Brazil)

1946-12-12

Emerson Fittipaldi, Brazil, Indy-car racer (over 10 wins)

1947-02-20

Jennifer O'Neill, Rio de Janeiro Brazil, actress (Summer of '42)

1947-04-30

John Flanagan, Brazil

1947-06-01

Jonathan Pryce, Holywell Flintshire, Welsh actor (Brazil, Pirates of the Caribbean)

1949-08-12

Fernando Collor de Mello, president of Brazil (1990-92)

1949-11-17

John Boehner, The Next Speaker/Brazil/Jerry Jones

1951-06-16

Sonia Braga, Maringa Brazil, actress (Dona Flor & Her 2 Husbands)

1953-01-19

Linda Hayden, Stanmore, Middlesex, English actress (The Blood on Satan's Claw, The Boys from Brazil)

1953-02-22

Nigel Planer, Brazil

1955-05-12

Scott Brazil, Dominoes Falling

1955-9-28

Kenny Kirkland, Sting in Brazil

1957-06-04

Sue Hodge, Brazil

1957-12-04

Raul Boesel, Brazil, Indy-car racer (CART)

1958-05-12

Kim Greist, Stamford CT, actress (CHUD, Brazil, Payoff, Manhunter)

1958-10-12

Veronica Brazil, Switch Hitters 8

1958-9-14

Arlindo Cruz, Brazil Avenue

1960-12-22

Ricardo Waddington, Brazil Avenue

1962-02-13

Jackie Silva, Rio de Janeiro Brazil, volleyballer (Pan Am-Bronze)

1962-07-29

Richard Coleman, Brazil

1963-03-12

Joaquim Carvalho Cruz, Brazil, 800m runner (Olympic-gold-1984)

1963-03-27

Xuxa, [Maria da Graca Meneghel], Brazil, actress (Xuxa Park)

1963-08-18

Luiz Mattar, Brazil, tennis star

1964-02-25

Andrew MacNaughtan, The Boys in Brazil

1965-04-26

David Abbott, UFC: Ultimate Brazil

1965-12-06

Royler Gracie, Brazil

1966-12-05

Niege Dias, Brazil, tennis star

1968-02-26

John Lober, UFC: Ultimate Brazil

1968-08-15

Luciana Bemvenuti, Porto Alegre Brazil, golfer (1994 Jamie Farr-36th)

1969-04-14

Ebenezer Fontes Braga, UFC: Ultimate Brazil

1969-07-25

David Brazil, Tudo pela Audiência

1972-12-08

Frank Shamrock, UFC: Ultimate Brazil

1972-9-07

Simon Nash, Brazil

1973-07-25

Yoichi Doi, Group F: Japan vs Brazil

1974-03-20

Carsten Ramelow, Final: Germany vs. Brazil

1974-08-28

Carsten Jancker, Final: Germany vs. Brazil

1975-01-30

Juninho Pernambucano, Group F: Japan vs Brazil

1976-04-29

Nayla Micherif, Miss Brazil Universe (1997)

1977-04-01

Vitor Belfort, UFC: Ultimate Brazil

1977-12-19

Maria Joana Parizotto, Miss Universe-Brazil (1996)

1978-04-17

Juliana Baroni, Lula, the Son of Brazil

1978-12-09

Rui Ricardo Diaz, Lula, the Son of Brazil

1979-06-04

Naohiro Takahara, Group F: Japan vs Brazil

1979-08-08

Marcia Brazil, Charm School with Ricki Lake

1979-9-14

Ivica Olic, Group A: Brazil vs Croatia

1979-9-16

Keisuke Tsuboi, Group F: Japan vs Brazil

1980-01-13

Akira Kaji, Group F: Japan vs Brazil

1980-05-04

Masashi Oguro, Group F: Japan vs Brazil

1980-06-13

Darius Vassell, Quarter-finals: England vs Brazil

1980-08-05

Wayne Bridge, Quarter-finals: England vs Brazil

1980-08-07

Seiichiro Maki, Group F: Japan vs Brazil

1981-05-10

Humberto Suazo, Round of 16: Brazil vs Chile

1981-10-20

Francisco Javier Rodríguez, Group A: Brazil vs Mexico

1981-9-08

Teruyuki Moniwa, Group F: Japan vs Brazil

1983-05-26

Tyler Brazil, Rabia

1984-03-04

Giovanni Vaz Del Bello, A Convenient Truth: Urban Solutions from Curitiba, Brazil

1984-04-01

Jérôme Ferraz, Our World Insideout: Brazil

1984-07-10

Brogan West, Brazil

1984-9-22

Thiago Silva, Group A: Brazil vs Croatia

1985-9-09

Luka Modric, Group A: Brazil vs Croatia

1986-02-19

Marta, Brazil vs. Australia

1986-03-06

Paul Nicolás Aguilar, Group A: Brazil vs Mexico

1986-07-25

Hulk, Group A: Brazil vs Croatia

1986-07-30

Isabela Alzuguir, Our World Insideout: Brazil

1986-9-28

Andrés Guardado, Group A: Brazil vs Mexico

1988-01-17

Héctor Moreno, Group A: Brazil vs Mexico

1988-06-01

Javier Hernández, Group A: Brazil vs Mexico

1988-12-19

Alexis Sánchez, Round of 16: Brazil vs Chile

1989-05-11

Giovani Dos Santos, Group A: Brazil vs Mexico

1989-9-08

Abby Lee Brazil, Nutz About Butts 2

1992-02-05

Neymar [da Silva Santos Júnior], Mogi das Cruzes, Brazilian footballer (FC Barcelona, Brazil)

Brazil - Weddings
Date Event
2005-06-01

"The White Stripes" guitarist, pianist and lead vocalist Jack White (29) weds British model Karen Elson (26) in Manaus, Brazil

2005-12-03

French heiress Athina Onassis (20) weds Olympic gold medalist equestrian Alvaro de Miranda Neto (32) in Sao Paulo, Brazil

2005-12-10

Victoria's Secret and Sports Illustrated model Isabeli Fontana (22) weds actor-model Henri Castelli (27) at Fort Are Joao in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

2005-12-23

Soccer star player Kaka (23) weds Brazilian singer Caroline Celico (18) at Igreja Renascer em Cristo in Sao Paulo, Brazil

2007-03-07

Former vocalist of "Babado Novo" Claudia Leitte (26) weds Marcio Pedreira at Hotel Convento do Carmo in Salvador, Brazil

2007-03-10

Brazilian singer-actress Tania Mara (24) weds director Jayme Monjardim (50) at Chapel of Sao Jose das Botas on the grounds of Hotel Fazenda Florenca in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Brazil - Notable Deaths

Getulio D VargasAug 24, 1954

Brazil - Deaths
Date Event
1570-10-18

Manoel da Nóbrega, Portuguese Jesuit in Brazil (b. 1517)

1572-03-02

Mem de Sá, Portuguese Governor-General of Brazil

1669-10-18

Abraham Willaerts, painter (Brazil), dies

1834-09-24

A J Pedro I van Alcantara, Emperor of Brazil (1822-31), dies

1838-04-06

Jose B de Andrada e Silva, premier of Brazil (1822-23), dies at 74

1891-12-05

JKLSBFXvPSMGRG Pedro II of Alcantara, emp of Brazil (1831-89), dies

1892-08-23

Deodoro da Fonseca, 1st President of Brazil (b. 1827)

1908-09-29

Joaquim M Machado de Assis, Brazil writer (Dom Casmurro), dies at 69

1912-12-03

Prudente José de Morais Barros, President of Brazil (b. 1841)

1913-06-28

Manoel Ferraz de Campos Salles, President of Brazil (b. 1841)

1919-01-16

Francisco de Paula Rodrigues Alves, President of Brazil (b. 1848)

1922-08-28

Louis PMFG of Orleans, earl of Eu/Brazil, dies at 80

1950-05-08

Vital Brazil, Brazilian physician (b. 1865)

1951-06-08

Herman Hupfeld, Brazil

1953-06-30

Charles William Miller, father of football in Brazil (b. 1874)

1954-08-24

Getulio D Vargas, President and dictator of Brazil: 1930-45, 51-54, suicide at 71

1955-03-23

Artur da Silva Bernardes, President of Brazil (b. 1875)

1957-08-04

Washington Luís Pereira de Sousa, President of Brazil (b. 1869)

1962-09-27

Francisco Brochado da Rocha, PM of Brazil (1962), dies at 52

1967-06-18

Humberto de Alencar Castelo Branco, Brazil pres (1964-67), dies at 66

1967-07-18

Humberto de Alencar Castelo Branco, Brazil pres (1964-87), dies at 66

1969-12-17

Arturo da Costa e Silva, President of Brazil (1967-69), dies at 67

1974-06-11

Eurico Gaspar Dutra, President of Brazil (b. 1883)

1976-08-22

Juscelino Kubitschek de Oliveira, pres of Brazil (1955-60), dies at 73

1976-12-06

João Goulart, President of Brazil (b. 1918)

1982-04-24

Sérgio Buarque de Holanda, Raízes do Brazil - Uma Cinebiografia de Sérgio Buarque de Hollanda

1985-04-21

Tancredo Neves, president-elect of Brazil, dies at 75

1985-10-09

Emílio Garrastazu Médici, president of Brazil (b. 1905)

1986-01-27

Lilli Palmer, German actress (Boys from Brazil, Kinder), dies at 71

1986-01-27

Lilli Palmer, The Boys from Brazil

1990-02-07

Dom Heider Camara, nonviolent/human rights Bishop of Brazil, dies

1990-12-28

Homero Dornellas, Brazil Symphony

1992-02-04

John Dehner, actor (Apache, Cowboy, Boys from Brazil), dies at 76

1992-02-16

Janio Quadros, president of Brazil (1961), dies

1993-03-13

Ann Way, Brazil

1994-02-20

Manuel F "Garincha" dos Santos, soccer player (Brazil), dies at 49

1994-08-27

Graham Ford, Brazil

1994-12-08

Antonio Carlos Jobim, Brazil composer (Girl From Ipanema), dies at 67

1996-09-12

Ernesto Geisel, milt president of Brazil (1974-79), dies at 89

1997-11-28

Peter Butler, Brazil

1998-01-20

Bobo Brazil, American professional wrestler (b. 1924)

1998-01-20

Bobo Brazil, I Like to Hurt People

1998-11-13

Kenny Kirkland, Sting in Brazil

1999-08-09

Georg Marischka, The Boys from Brazil

1999-12-24

João Baptista de Oliveira Figueiredo, President of Brazil (b. 1918)

1999-12-25

Tito Guízar, Brazil

2002-05-15

Bryan Pringle, Brazil

2002-06-30

Chico Xavier, popular medium in Brazil´s spiritism movement (b. 1910)

2004-01-01

Uta Hagen, The Boys from Brazil

2006-04-17

Scott Brazil, Dominoes Falling

2007-01-21

Myrtle Devenish, Brazil

2008-07-22

Patrick Connor, Brazil

2012-01-24

Andrew MacNaughtan, The Boys in Brazil

2013-09-06

Bill Wallis, Brazil

2013-09-06

Barbara Hicks, Brazil

2013-12-20

Reginaldo Rossi, Brazil Avenue

2015-04-07

Marvin Antonowsky, The Battle of Brazil: A Video History

2016-05-09

Footballer Bernardo Ribeiro, 26, dies after playing game in Brazil

2016-07-15

Film director Hector Babenco dies aged 70 in Brazil

2016-10-27

Brazil's 1970 World Cup-winning captain, Carlos Alberto, dies aged 72


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