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    The Early Republic of Brazil

    May 20th, 2011 —

    The Beginning of The Brazilian Republic In 1889, The Brazilian Republic was established. It was considered a military dictatorship. The army controlled affairs in Rio de Janeiro and in the states. At this time, freedom of the press vanished and the government controlled all elections. In 1894, the republican residents revolted against the government. This […]

    Art in Brazil

    May 20th, 2011 —

    The First Art in Brazil The first type of art in Brazil was from the ancient native and colonial cultures. In the 16th century, Portugal colonized Brazil. At this time, the Portuguese state was quite primitive. This caused very little artistic expression. The native peoples of Brazil possibly produced a wide range of artwork, but […]

    History of Russian to English Translation

    September 10th, 2010 —

    During the latter half of the last century, when the Soviet Union and the United States emerged as the two superpowers of the Cold War period, the languages spoken in those countries, Russian and English, respectively, became the predominant languages of world discourse. Today, Russian is widely spoken in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus, and many […]