Other events of 1918
Timeline of Brazilian history
President: Venceslau Brás (until 15 November); Delfim Moreira (acting President from 15 November)
Vice President: Urbano Santos da Costa Araújo; Delfim Moreira (from 15 November)
30 January - Ministerial Notice No. 501 is issued, establishing the Naval Division for War Operations (Divisão Naval em Operações de Guerra - DNOG).
1 March - Brazilian general election, 1918: Former president Rodrigues Alves receives 99.1% of the vote.
June - The Brazilian battleship São Paulo is sent to the USA for a full refit.
18 August - The Brazilian Medical Mission, led by Dr. Nabuco Gouveia and directed by General Aché, is established with 86 doctors.
24 September - The Brazilian Medical Mission lands at Marseilles, France, and supports the local population during a flu outbreak, ensuring the continuity of logistical support to the troops at the front.
15 November - President-elect Rodrigues Alves, suffering from influenza, is unable to take office on the scheduled date, and is replaced by Vice President Delfim Moreira.
15 January - João Figueiredo, military leader and politician (died 1999)
21 February - Alberto Ruschel, actor (died 1996)
1 March - João Goulart, 24th President of Brazil (died 1976)
24 July - Antonio Candido, writer, academic, sociologist and literary critic
28 October - José Leite Lopes, physicist (died 2006)
1 November - Eurípedes Barsanulfo, educator, pharmacist, politician and prominent spiritualist medium (born 1880)
27 November - Belfort Duarte, footballer (born 1883; murdered)
28 December - Olavo Bilac, Parnassian poet, journalist and translator (born 1865)
1918 in Brazil Wikipedia
Events in the year 1918 in Brazil.