|Concepcian Civil War|
| Government of Concepción||Concepcion||Anarchists|
|Commanders and leaders|
| Demóstenes Menezes|
Mar. Paulo César†
Gen. Tenório José†
Gen. Luíz Nascimento
Gen. Wilson dos Santos
| André Carlos Rodrigues|
Aristides da Silva
| Josué Martins de Souza|
| 1.342.589 soldiers|
| 982.351 militants|
|Casualties and losses|
| 313.759 soldiers|
|143.978 militants and anarchists||98.356 anarchists|
The civil war began on February 01, 1983, it would occur until early June. The beginning was a rebellion in the center of Port of Virgins, the third largest city in the country, which had extended to all the country.
The reasons on which the war was declared were several, among them were, hyperinflation, which reached there the number of 301%; The high external debt; repressive laws, and disappearances, torture and murdering that occurred in cabins in the National Vigilance & Security Service (SSVN).
In May 1983, the president Demóstenes Menezes, was deposed by the House of Representatives, with an interim government taking its place, the Council of Ministers elected by the House.
Chambers of Torture
The government reacts
State of Emergency declared
The rebellion extends all over the country
Reaction of the World Press
Bombing of the Presidential Palace
End of the War
Culture and art
- Nação Abismado (Astonished Nation) - progressive rock album of the Concepcian singer, Leonardo Raíz.
- Capital de Lixo (Garbage Capital) - punk rock album from the Concepcian band, Pretos e Verdes.
- Domínio Público (Public Domain) - punk rock album from the band, Vindo da Estrada.
- Freedom Avenue, directed by Cristóvão Lazier, a 2008 film.
- Dacosta, directed by Anderson Muniz, It is an adaptation of the biography of the anarchist Vinicius Dacosta, with the same name.