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A Century of Tradition

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1900 - 1949

Between 1900 and 1950, Brazil underwent profound transformations. The period began with the country transitioning from a monarchy to a republic in 1889. The early 20th century saw economic shifts, with the rise of coffee as a major export, driving Brazil's economy and shaping its society.

In the 1930s, Getúlio Vargas rose to power, leading Brazil through a period known as the "Era of Vargas." Vargas implemented policies aimed at industrialization and modernization, but his regime also exhibited authoritarian tendencies. In 1937, he established a corporatist state through a self-coup, dissolving the constitution.

After World War II, Brazil experienced political turbulence. In 1945, Vargas was ousted, and democratic rule was briefly restored. However, Vargas returned to power through democratic elections in 1950. His second term was marked by economic challenges and political unrest, leading to his resignation in 1954.

The period from 1900 to 1950 in Brazil reflects a dynamic era of political change, economic growth, and social transformation.

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