Brazil: Rising Nostalgia for Dictatorship Return: 12-20160706dictatorship142

Mug shots of civilians who were arrested on charges of subversion and investigated, at the State Department of Political and Social Order (DEOPS), in São Paulo. The archives hold all investigations of civilians, social groups and social movements during the 20-year dictatorship and includes images of thousands of people arrested on charges of subversion.There are 13,500 folders or about 1.5km of documents when laid out. The red folders hold general information such as newspapers and books. The blue folders hold investigations of monitored social organizations and movements, including photographs of individuals. There are also folders of individuals who were investigated and monitored during the dictatorship.

Mug shots of civilians who were arrested on charges of subversion and investigated, at the State Department of Political and Social Order (DEOPS), in São Paulo. The archives hold all investigations of civilians, social groups and social movements during the 20-year dictatorship and includes images of thousands of people arrested on charges of subversion. 

There are 13,500 folders or about 1.5km of documents when laid out. The red folders hold general information such as newspapers and books. The blue folders hold investigations of monitored social organizations and movements, including photographs of individuals. There are also folders of individuals who were investigated and monitored during the dictatorship.