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|1951 in Brazil|
21 stars (1889–1960)
|Timeline of Brazilian history|
|Second Brazilian Republic|
|Year of Constitution: 1946|
Events in the year 1951 in Brazil.
- President: Marshal Eurico Gaspar Dutra (till 31 January); Getúlio Vargas (from 31 January)
- Vice President: Nereu Ramos (till 31 January); Café Filho (from 31 January)
- March - Clarice Lispector returns from London with her husband, Maury Gurgel Valente, following a miscarriage.
- 1 June - Última Hora, a tabloid newspaper, is founded by Samuel Wainer and personally endorsed by President Vargas.
- October - João Carlos Muniz of Brazil is President of the United Nations Security Council.
- November - Elizabeth Bishop, on a traveling fellowship from Bryn Mawr College, arrives in Santos with the aim of circumnavigating South America by boat.
- date unknown
Arts and culture
- Ștefan Baciu - Analiza cuvântului dor
- Agüenta Firme, Isidoro, directed by Luiz de Barros.
- Aí Vem o Barão, directed by Watson Macedo, starring Oscarito, José Lewgoy and Eliana.
- Amazon Symphony, directed by Anelio Latini, starring Almirante.
- Quando a Noite Acaba, starring Tônia Carrero.
- O Saci, directed by Rodolfo Nanni, starring Paulo Matozinho.
- 29 April - Vinicius Cantuária, jazz musician
- 12 July - Carlos Minc, geographer, environmentalist and politician
- 14 August - Rita Segato (in Argentina), anthropologist, feminist and academic
- 20 October - José Gomes Temporão, doctor and politician
- 2 August - Joseph Franz Seraph Lutzenberger, German-born architect and artist (born 1882)
- 13 November - Walter de Souza Goulart, footballer (born 1912)
- Edilberto Coutinho, Criaturas de papel, p. 170
- Tulchin, Joseph S.; Espach, Ralph H. (17 August 2000). Combating Corruption in Latin America. Woodrow Wilson Center Press. p. 178. ISBN 978-1-930365-01-8. Retrieved 28 August 2012.
- "Brazilian doctor takes office as the new president of the World Medical Association", 21 October 2011 Archived 2015-09-24 at the Wayback Machine. Accessed 13 August 2014
- ESPM official website
- Saci comemora 60 anos | revistapontocom
- "Planalto confirma Carlos Minc como novo ministro do Meio Ambiente" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2008-05-25.
- "Rita Segato" (in Spanish). CGA. December 2014. Retrieved 9 September 2018.
- (in Portuguese) Biography of José Gomes Temporão at the Ministry of Health official website
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