1919 in Brazil
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|1919 in Brazil|
21 stars (1889–1960)
|Timeline of Brazilian history|
|First Brazilian Republic|
|Year of Constitution: 1891|
Events in the year 1919 in Brazil.
- President: Delfim Moreira (acting President until 28 July); Epitácio Pessoa (from 18 July)
- Vice President: Delfim Moreira
- 13 April - In the presidential election brought about by the death of Rodrigues Alves, Epitácio Pessoa of the Paraíba Republican Party receives 71.0% of the vote.
- 24 April - Ford Brasil, a subsidiary of the Ford Motor Company, is founded.
- 11-29 May - The 1919 South American Championship football tournament is held in Rio de Janeiro. It is won by the home country.
- 28 July - Epitácio Pessoa takes office as President, replacing acting President Delfim Moreira, who continues as Vice President.
- 13 March - Edgard Cognat, painter and sculptor (died 1994)
- 10 May - Antônio Olinto, writer and translator (died 2006)
- 12 June - Rui Moreira Lima, fighter pilot (died 2013)
- 21 June - Nelson Gonçalves, singer and songwriter (died 1998)
- 8 July - Helena Salles, swimmer (died 2011)
- 18 October - Orlando Drummond, actor
- 11 November - Armando Falcão, politician (died 2010)
- 31 December - Carmen da Silva, psychoanalyst and feminist journalist (died 1985)
- 16 January - Francisco de Paula Rodrigues Alves, President-elect of Brazil (born 1848; Spanish flu)
- Nohlen, D (2005) Elections in the Americas: A data handbook, Volume II, p173 ISBN 978-0-19-928358-3
- 1919 South American Championship at RSSSF
- Lançamento Livro “Senta a Pua” – Brigadeiro Rui Moreira Lima
- Frank D. McCann (2004), Soldiers of the Pátria: a history of the Brazilian Army, 1889–1937, Stanford University Press, ISBN 978-0-8047-3222-2
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