Brazilian Government

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German Brazilian - Forced Assimilation
... Between 1937 and 1945 a significant portion of the Brazilian population suffered interference in daily life produced by a "campaign of nationalization" ... This population – called "alien" by the Brazilian government - was composed of immigrants and their descendants ... Both the Brazilian Empire and the early Republic allowed groups of immigrants to settle in isolated communities, mainly in Southern Brazil, and to some extent in other parts, such as Espírito Santo ...
Slavery In Brazil - Modern Era and Quasi-slavery
... In 2001, however, the Brazilian government freed more than 1,400 slave laborers ... In 2004 the Brazilian government acknowledged to the United Nations that 25,000-40,000 Brazilians work under work conditions "analogous to slavery." The top anti-slavery official in Brasília ... laborers were freed from a sugar cane plantation in 2007 by the Brazilian Government ...
Davi Kopenawa Yanomami
... getting old and useless, and it would be much better if the Brazilian government would give these riches to the poor in Brazil ... In the 1980s, he began working for the Brazilian government organization Fundação Nacional do Índio (FUNAI) at a post in Demini in the center of Yanomami territory as an intermediary between the government ... led by Davi, Survival International and CCPY, the Brazilian government finally recognized Yanomami land rights in 1992 just before the UN’s Earth Summit ...
Condy Raguet - Biography - Brazil
... he dealt with was the blockade of Argentine ports by the Brazilian navy during the Cisplatine War ... recruiting of United States seamen for Brazilian warships through fraud and coercion ... United States citizens were enticed onto Brazilian ships and after the end of their voluntary enlistment period were forced to stay ...
The Second Rubber Boom, 1942-1945 - The Rubber Battle
... With the enlisting of the northeastern Brazilians, Brazilian president Getúlio Vargas reduced the problem of the economic blight and at the same time gave new impetus to the colonization of the ... and, at the same time, supply the Allied Forces with the rubber needed for war equipment, the Brazilian government made an agreement with the United States government (the Washington Accords ... In addition to SEMTA, the government created other organizations to support the rubber battle the Superintendência para o Abastecimento do Vale da Amazônia (Sava ...

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