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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Fonte: Wikipedia. Pginas: 32. Captulos: Argemiro de Assis Brasil, Celso Furtado, Eliezer Batista, Darcy Ribeiro, Afonso Arinos de Melo Franco, Andr Franco Montoro, Ulysses Guimares, Osvaldo Cavalcanti da Costa Lima Filho, San Tiago Dantas, Joo Mangabeira, Carvalho Pinto, Virglio de Morais Fernandes Tvora, Hermes Lima, Eliseu Paglioli, Antnio Balbino, Abelardo de Arajo Jurema, Francisco de Paula Brochado da Rocha, Evandro Lins e Silva, Hlio Bicudo, Paulo Mrio da Cunha Rodrigues, Walter Moreira Sales, Paulo Pinheiro Chagas, Joo Augusto de Arajo Castro, Almino Monteiro lvares Afonso, Egdio Michaelsen, Amaury Kruel, Jos Diogo Brochado da Rocha, Gabriel Passos, Armando Monteiro Filho, Nlson de Melo, Miguel Calmon du Pin e Almeida Sobrinho, Antnio Ferreira de Oliveira Brito, Pedro Paulo de Arajo Suzano, Waldyr Ramos Borges, Alfredo Nasser, Jair Dantas Ribeiro, Reinaldo Joaquim Ribeiro de Carvalho Filho, Clvis Monteiro Travassos, Ney Neves Galvo, Ansio Botelho, ngelo Nolasco de Almeida, Albino Silva, Otvio Augusto Dias Carneiro, Jos Ermrio de Morais, Roberto Lira, Estcio Gonalves Souto Maior, Expedito Machado da Ponte, Amaury de Oliveira e Silva, Paulo de Tarso Santos, Joo de Segadas Viana, Slvio Borges de Sousa Mota, Manuel Cordeiro Vilaa, Jlio Furquim Sambaqui, Hlio de Almeida, Henrique Domingos Ribeiro Barbosa, Renato Costa Lima, Teotnio Monteiro de Barros, Wilson Fadul, Osvaldo Lima Filho, Heitor Doyle Maia, Carlos Molinari Cairoli. Excerto: Argemiro de Assis Brasil (So Gabriel, 11 de maio de 1907 - Canoas, 23 de junho de 1982) foi um militar brasileiro. Argemiro de Assis Brasil era filho de Lenidas de Assis Brasil, fazendeiro gacho, e de Marcia de Assis Brasil, que possuam uma propriedade em Cacequi, no Rio Grande do Sul, onde Argemiro passou boa parte da infncia. O incio de sua vida escolar foi em seu municpio natal. Em 1921, foi estudar no Colgio Militar de Porto Alegre, indo em seguida para a Escola Militar do Realengo, . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781231470152

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Item Description: Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x4 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 67. Chapters: José Paranhos, Viscount of Rio Branco, Honório Carneiro Leão, Marquis of Paraná, João Goulart, Gilberto Gil, Getúlio Vargas, Luís Alves de Lima e Silva, Duke of Caxias, Rodrigo Augusto da Silva, Cristovam Buarque, Roberto Mangabeira Unger, José Serra, Celso Furtado, Osvaldo Aranha, Nelson Jobim, Antonio Palocci, Roberto de Oliveira Campos, Darcy Ribeiro, Tancredo Neves, José Bonifácio de Andrada, Marta Suplicy, José Gomes Temporão, Francisco de Sales Torres Homem, Viscount of Inhomirim, Zélia Cardoso de Mello, Ruy Barbosa, Paulo Renato Souza, José Bonifácio the Young, Antônio Carlos Magalhães, Eduardo Gomes, Manuel Marques de Sousa, Count of Porto Alegre, Alberto Goldman, Ozires Silva, Fernando Haddad, Celso Lafer, Esther Figueiredo Ferraz, Pedro Malan, Guido Mantega, Erenice Guerra, Yeda Crusius, Altino Arantes Marques, Marcílio Marques Moreira, Pedro de Araújo Lima, Marquis of Olinda, Miro Teixeira, Tarso Genro, Waldir Pires, Geraldo Magela, Quintino Bocaiuva, João Maurício Wanderley, Baron of Cotejipe, Tomás Antônio Maciel Monteiro, 1st Baron of Itamaracá, Élcio Álvares, Adib Domingos Jatene, João Pimenta da Veiga Filho, José Antônio Saraiva, Bernardino José de Campos Júnior, José Maria Alkmin, Renato Archer, Ricardo Berzoini, Armando Falcão, Silas Rondeau, Américo Brasiliense de Almeida Melo, Uladislau Herculano de Freitas, Rui Falcão, Alfredo Nascimento, Ibrahim Abi-Ackel, Lourival Fontes, Francisco Luiz Sibut Gomide, Odilon Braga. Excerpt: José Maria da Silva Paranhos, the Viscount of Rio Branco (16 March 1819 - 1 November 1880) was a statesman, monarchist, diplomat, teacher and journalist of the Empire of Brazil (1822-1889). Rio Branco was born in Salvador, in what was then the Captaincy of Bahia, to a wealthy family, but most of the fortune was lost after his parents' deaths early in his childhood. Rio Branco attended Brazil's Naval School and became a midshipman in 1841. Later that year he was enrolled in the Army's Military Academy, eventually becoming an instructor there. Rather than continue to serve in the military, he became a politician in the Liberal Party. In 1845, he was elected a member of the provincial house of representatives of Rio de Janeiro province, site of the national capital of the same name. Rio Branco rose to power within the province under the tutelage of Aureliano Coutinho, Viscount of Sepetiba-a veteran politician who held tremendous influence over the young and inexperienced Emperor Pedro II. He temporarily abandoned politics after Aureliano Coutinho's fall from grace and the subsequent dissolution of the Liberal Party. Rio Branco's work in the press, highlighting threats posed by the armed conflicts in the Platine republics (Argentina and Uruguay), attracted the attention of Honório Carneiro Leão, Marquis of Paraná, who invited him to act as secretary on a diplomatic mission to Montevideo. They were successful in forging alliances, which contributed to the eventual fall in 1852 of Juan Manuel de Rosas, an Argentine dictator who had declared war on Brazil. In 1853 Rio Branco joined the Marquis of Paraná's Conservative Party as well as the cabinet over which the latter presided. He rose rapidly through the Conservative ranks during the early 1860s when many colleagues joined members of the defunct Liberal Party to form a new party. Rio Branco was sent to Uruguay in late 1864, tasked with bringing a diplomatic end to the Uruguayan War. Although suc. 68 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781156012031

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