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With the global rise of democracy in the aftermath of World War II , Vargas agreed to cede power in free elections, thus ending the Vargas Era . His popularity earned him a late presidential term, but mounting pressure and political strife over his methods led him to suicide. He was the first president in the country to draw widespread support from the masses and is regarded as the most influential Brazilian politician of the twentieth century. [3] He had also been a lawyer and landowner who occupied the 37th chair of the Brazilian Academy of Letters from 1943 until his death in 1954.

Vargas was born in São Borja , Rio Grande do Sul , southern Brazil, on 19 April 1882, to Manuel do Nascimento Vargas and Cândida Dornelles Vargas. His father had origins in São Paulo , being a descendant of early São Paulo families ("paulistas"): he was a descendant of Amador Bueno , a noted paulista from the colonial Brazilian era . [4] His mother was descended from a wealthy family of Azorean Portuguese descent. [5]

He and his wife Darci Lima Sarmanho , whom he married in March 1911, had five children: Lutero, Alzira, Jandira, Manuel e Getulinho. According to legend, Vargas's real love was not his wife, but Aimee de Sa Sottomaior, [8] later Aimée de Heeren , recognized by the international fashion press as one of the world's most glamorous and beautiful women. The relationship was a Brazilian state secret, although Vargas did mention her in a diary published after the death of his wife. Aimee de Herren, later living between France and the United States and admired by other famous statesmen such as the Kennedy brothers, never confirmed nor denied the rumor. [9]

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With the global rise of democracy in the aftermath of World War II , Vargas agreed to cede power in free elections, thus ending the Vargas Era . His popularity earned him a late presidential term, but mounting pressure and political strife over his methods led him to suicide. He was the first president in the country to draw widespread support from the masses and is regarded as the most influential Brazilian politician of the twentieth century. [3] He had also been a lawyer and landowner who occupied the 37th chair of the Brazilian Academy of Letters from 1943 until his death in 1954.

Vargas was born in São Borja , Rio Grande do Sul , southern Brazil, on 19 April 1882, to Manuel do Nascimento Vargas and Cândida Dornelles Vargas. His father had origins in São Paulo , being a descendant of early São Paulo families ("paulistas"): he was a descendant of Amador Bueno , a noted paulista from the colonial Brazilian era . [4] His mother was descended from a wealthy family of Azorean Portuguese descent. [5]

He and his wife Darci Lima Sarmanho , whom he married in March 1911, had five children: Lutero, Alzira, Jandira, Manuel e Getulinho. According to legend, Vargas's real love was not his wife, but Aimee de Sa Sottomaior, [8] later Aimée de Heeren , recognized by the international fashion press as one of the world's most glamorous and beautiful women. The relationship was a Brazilian state secret, although Vargas did mention her in a diary published after the death of his wife. Aimee de Herren, later living between France and the United States and admired by other famous statesmen such as the Kennedy brothers, never confirmed nor denied the rumor. [9]