BRAZIL: Waiting List

An announcement new to Latin American revolutions came from the revolutionists of Sao Paulo last week, leaders in Brazil's civil war against the Rio de Janeiro Government of Provisional President Getulio Vargas. So many enthusiasts had volunteered for the rebel army that the lists were full and the books closed with a complement of 60,000 men—all that Sao Paulo arsenals, armories and munitions plants can take care of. Tardy volunteers must take their places on the waiting list, to be called as casualties warrant.

Even Rio had to admit last week that...

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