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  • Brazil
    Saturday Mar 1, 1930

    Brazilian Revolution of 1930

    The Elections were Held

    Brazil
    Saturday Mar 1, 1930

    The elections were held on March 1, 1930 and gave victory to Júlio Prestes, who received 1,091,709 votes against 742,794 given to Getúlio Vargas. Notoriously, Vargas had almost 100% of the votes in Rio Grande do Sul.




  • Pernambuco, Brazil
    Saturday Jul 26, 1930

    Brazilian Revolution of 1930

    João Pessoa was Assassinated

    Pernambuco, Brazil
    Saturday Jul 26, 1930

    On July 26, 1930, João Pessoa was assassinated by João Dantas in Recife for political and personal reasons. This became the flashpoint for armed mobilization. João Dantas and his brother-in-law & accomplice, Moreira Caldas, were found beheaded in their cell at the House of Detention (today the House of Culture) in 1930.




  • Brazil
    Friday Oct 10, 1930

    Brazilian Revolution of 1930

    Vargas Launched the Manifesto "Rio Grande standing by Brazil"

    Brazil
    Friday Oct 10, 1930

    On the 10th of October, Vargas launched the manifesto, "Rio Grande standing by Brazil" and left, by rail, towards Rio de Janeiro, the national capital at the time.




  • Quatiguá, State of Paraná, Brazil
    Sunday Oct 12, 1930

    Brazilian Revolution of 1930

    The Battle of Quatiguá

    Quatiguá, State of Paraná, Brazil
    Sunday Oct 12, 1930

    On October 12 and 13, the Battle of Quatiguá took place (possibly the biggest fight of the revolution), although it has been little studied. Quatiguá is located to the east of Jaguariaíva, near the border between São Paulo state and Paraná.




  • Brazil
    Friday Oct 24, 1930

    Brazilian Revolution of 1930

    Forming The Joint Government

    Brazil
    Friday Oct 24, 1930

    The battle did not occur in Itararé since the generals Tasso Fragoso and Mena Barreto and Admiral Isaiah de Noronha ousted Washington Luís on October 24 and formed a joint government.




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