Other events of 1932
Timeline of Brazilian history
President: Getúlio Vargas
Vice President: none
24 February - The Justiça Eleitoral do Brasil is created by Decreto nº 21.076.
April - Peter Fleming joins the expedition to find missing Englishman Colonel Percy Fawcett; the following year he publishes an account of the expedition, entitled Brazilian Adventure.
23 May - Four protesting students (Martins, Miragaia, Dráusio and Camargo) are killed by government troops, sparking off the "Paulista War".
June - Paulista rebels take control of the state of São Paulo.
9 July - Constitutionalist Revolution: The population of the state of São Paulo revolt against the 1930 coup d'état.
July–August - 82 athletes from Brazil travel on boar the Itaquicê to Los Angeles for the Summer Olympic Games, selling coffee along the way to fund the trip. The team wins no medals.
2 October - The São Paulo rebels are defeated by government forces.
October - Brazilian Integralism, a Fascist movement, is founded by Plínio Salgado.
Afonso Schmidt - Garoa
Ao Redor do Brasil
Anchieta Entre o Amor e a Religião
O Pecado da Vaidade
26 January - Kilza Setti, ethnomusicologist, composer, and pianist
28 April - Stênio Garcia, actor
12 May - Walter Wanderley, organist and pianist, best known for his lounge and bossa nova music. (died 1986)
25 May - Joaquim Pedro de Andrade, film director and screenwriter (died 1988)
15 September - Antônio Abujamra, theatre and television director and actor
14 November - Cláudio Ulpiano, philosopher (died 1999)
2 July - Rodolfo Teófilo, writer, poet and film-maker (born 1863)
23 July - Alberto Santos-Dumont, Franco-Brazilian aviation pioneer (born 1873; apparent suicide by hanging)
date unknown - Evaristo Conrado Engelberg, mechanical engineer and inventor (born 1853)
1932 in Brazil Wikipedia
Events in the year 1932 in Brazil.