When the government of Brazil declared war on Hitler's Germany
on August 22, 1942, they became the 32nd nation to join the Allies:
"Brazilians are fighting mad. When Brazil joined the United Nations in war on August 22nd, the formal declaration was a climax to the democratic action of its citizens who began, months ago, to let the world know how they felt about the Axis."
"The pent-up rage of a sorely-tried nation burst in earnest when war was declared. With unanimous enthusiasm, the people mobbed the streets, cheering everything that was part of the Allied cause...Day after day, anti-fascist demonstrations, and pageants choked the streets of Rio de Janiero, where the pictures on this page were taken."
The Brazilian Army deployed on the Italian Front in 1944, click here to read about them...
Click here to read articles about the spread of Fascism to 1930s Portugal.
Mexico preferred not to participate in the war, but they did kick all the Fascist spies out of their country, click here to read about it...
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