Dia da Arma de Cavalaria
(Brazilian Cavalry). Marshal Manoel Luís Osório (1808-1879) was born on 10 May 1808. Manoel is considered as one of Brazil’s most famous generals: He participated in a number of battles in independence wars, the Farroupilha War, and the Paraguayan War (Triple Alliance of Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina against Paraguay). Manoel is honored as patron of the Brazilian cavalry.
|Homenagem ao Dia da Arma de Cavalaria
||Canção da Cavalaria
Dia da Cozinheira
|BALANÇO GERAL CURITIBA | Dia do Cozinheiro | 10/05/2012
||Senac RJ – Capacitação Profissional – Cozinheiro
Dia Nacional do Guia de Turismo
(Tourist Guide). The profession gained recognition by law in 1993. The Greek Herodotus may be considered as the first guide, when he described unknown regions in detail for the Greek soldiers. A good tourist guide may be considered as an ambassador, leaving a good impression to (foreign) tourist who might eventually return.
Dia Municipal da Polícia Civil
(Civil Police, MG)
Birth of Marshal Manoel Luís Osório (1808-1879).
Manoel was born in Conceição do Arroio (now known as Osório) in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. Already at the age of 14, Manoel battled at the side of his father in the independence war. Not long thereafter, Manoel participated in the war against Cisplatina, which resulted in the independence of Uruguay. In 1835, Manoel was involved in the battle against the Farroupilha revolutionaries, who struggled for the separation of Rio Grande do Sul from the Brazilian empire. In 1864, Paraguay started a bloody war against Brazil. Argentina and Uruguay joined in the so-called Triple Alliance. In 1866, Manoel was forced to give up his commanding position. He was succeeded by Duque de Caxias. However, Manoel was asked to participate in that war again, until the defeat of Paraguay in 1870. He already was granted the title of Marquis de Erval. After the war, Manoel became senator and minister of War, until his death in 1879.
|A História do General Osório
||DOBRADO Marechal Osorio – O Legendário
Death of Brazilian poet Catulo da Paixão Cearense
CATULO DA PAIXÃO
|CATULO DA PAIXÃO CEARENSE
||Catulo da Paixão Cearense: Luar do Sertão – Roberto Correa, Viola Caipira
O “emendão”, which guaranteed direct elections at all levels, was approved by the National Congress
Pope Pius XI elevated Curitiba to the status of archdiocese.
Start of the Liberalist Revolution in Sorocaba
The revolution was commanded by brigadeiro Rafael Tobias de Aguiar and by padre Feijó
Installation of Casa de Suplicação do Brasil, what is now the Supremo Tribunal da Justiça
Imprisonment of Tiradentes in his residency, in Rua dos Toneleiros, Rio de Janeiro
Approval, by the IMF, of a loan of U$ 260 million, to compensate the significant drop of Brazilian exports.
Diogo de Mendonça Furtado was captured by the Dutch invaders in Salvador
He was then transported to Holland.
Installation of Ato Complementar nº 9
Soldado (soldier) Murillo Filho was shot in shoulder and leg in the confrontation with the guerrilla in Registro – SP
Silver medal for Brazilian athlete Jadel Gregório in the discipline triple jump during the World Athletics Championships in Osaka.
|World Championship Osaka 2007 Triple Jump Final part 1
||World Championship Osaka 2007 Triple Jump Final part 2
Anthony Garotinho ended his hunger strike
He started his strike on 30 April 2006.
By Adriano Antoine Robbesom © 2007, 2015