Dia do Soldador
|Treinamento de Soldadores
||Eu faço o que sou. Eu sou o que faço. Soldador | SENAI
Death of Dom Pedro I, in the Queluz Palace (Lisbon, Portugal).
Pedro de Alcântara Francisco Antônio João Carlos Xavier de Paula Miguel Rafael Joaquim José Gonzaga Pascoal Cipriano Serafim de Bragança e Bourbon was born in Queluz Palace on 12 October 1812. His father, Dom João VI, was king of Portugal. The king and his family had to leave Portugal due to the imminent invasion of the troops of Napoleon in 1808, they went to Brazil. The king left the Portuguese colony in 1821, by his son Pedro stayed (`Fico!`), and one year later, he declared the Brazilian independence (`Independência ou morte!`) . In 1817, Pedro married Carolina Maria Leopoldina of Austria, and after her death in 1826, he married Amélie de Beauharnais von Leuchtenberg, sister of the husband of his daughter Maria, in 1829. Following the death of his father in 1826, Pedro declared himself king of Portugal, as Pedro IV. He reigned less than three months. Pedro appointed his brother Miguel as regent, and his seven-year-old daughter Maria as future queen of Portugal His indecisiveness whether to stay in Brazil or Portugal damaged his popularity. In 1831, Pedro decided to abdicate, to his five-year-old son Pedro II. Pedro I returned to Portugal, where he was involved in a civil war. He was fighting against his brother Miguel, and had the intention to have his daughter Maria da Glória on the Portuguese throne. Miguel was defeated in 1832. Pedro contracted tuberculosis, and died in 1834, in the same hall, where he was born 35 years ago. In 1972, his mortal remains were reburied in the Ipiranga Museum in São Paulo.
DOM PEDRO I
|DOM PEDRO I, o Príncipe Imperador – série ‘1808, a Corte no Brasil’
||Dom Pedro I – Série “Construtores do Brasil” – TV Câmara
|O coração de D. Pedro I, do Brasil, IV de Portugal
||A Abdicação de D. Pedro I
|Dom Miguel: o irmão reservado de Dom Pedro
||A cripta de Dom Pedro I
Newspaper ‘O Estado de São Paulo’ ignored censure, and published about Guerrilha do Araguaia.
In 1972, Brazil was suffering the harshness of the military dictatorship. Resistance against the dictators was hardly organized, thanks to infiltration within the resistance movements and large-scale arrests. One of the resistance movements had a communist signature, and wanted to initiate a revolution, and to create a model state such as Cuba and China. This guerrilla group had an encampment in what is now the state of Tocantins, and consisted of one hundred members at most, divided into smaller armed units. One fifth of the men were small farmers, almost half of the men were students. The guerilla group was by all socially active in the areas where they camped, and therefore, they gained respect from the locals. Before the group was ready to come into action, the army – in total five thousand soldiers were active in the search of them – traced them. Seven guerrilla members were killed, the others disappeared without leaving a trace. Later research has revealed that these 61 members presumably were tortured and killed. Their corpses and documents that could prove their identity have been destroyed systematically.
A guerrilha já deixou mortos e feridos entre os militares, mas a expressão “guerrilheiros” não é empregada. Os militares usam o termo “terroristas”, afastando, dessa forma, qualquer conotação aventureira ou romantica [sic], que a palavra guerrilheiro possa implicar
(O ESTADO DE S. PAULO, 24 set. 1972).
GUERRILHA DO ARAGUAIA
|Guerrilha do Araguaia | 40 anos
||Guerrilheiros do Araguaia
|GUERRILHA DO ARAGUAIA A CONDENAÇÃO DO BRASIL NA CIDH
||Camponeses do Araguaia: A Guerrilha vista por dentro Documentário Completo
|Guerrilha do Araguaia – Parte 1
||Guerrilha do Araguaia – Parte 2
|Guerrilha do Araguaia – Parte 3
||Guerrilha do Araguaia – Parte 4
|Guerrilha do Araguaia – Parte 5
||Guerrilha do Araguaia – Parte 6
World title for Emerson Fittipaldi in the Formula Indy discipline.
Emerson (1946) is a two-time world champion in the Formula One discipline (1972 and 1974). In 1989, Emerson became world champion in the Formula Indy discipline, on the circuit of Nazareth (USA). In 1993, Emerson claimed his second victory in the Indy 500 class.
INDY 500 1989
|The finish of the 1989 Indy 500
||The finish of the 1989 Indy 500
Creation of Parque Nacional do Jaú (Amazonas).
The park was created by presidential decree of president João Figueiredo. The park, which measures 2.272.000 hectares (more than half of the size of the Netherlands), is the larges jungle park in the world. The park counts no less seven different types of jungle vegetation. Access to the park is only able with direct permission from the Brazilian government. The name of the park refers to a fish species, which is present in the river that runs through the park: the Jaú. In 2000, the park was declared natural heritage by the UNESCO.
JAÚ NATIONAL PARK
|PARQUE NACIONAL DO JAÚ parte 1
||PARQUE NACIONAL DO JAÚ parte 2
|PARQUE NACIONAL DO JAÚ parte 3
||DOCTV BRASIL: Filhos do Jaú
By Adriano Antoine Robbesom © 2007, 2015