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"Brazil's German problem resembles that of Argentina, although it is much worse. There are three times as many Germans in Brazil and there is less feeling of national unity to oppose them.

In the end, there weren't very many Teuto-brasileiros who volunteered for the German cause and Brazilian Expeditionary Forces fought valiantly under the command of U.S. General Mark Clark in Italy.

Pictured above is Egon Albrecht-Lemke, a German-Brazilian Luftwaffe fighter pilot and recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He was one of the few German-Brazilians who volunteered for Hitler.

     


Brazil's German Problem (PM Tabloid, 1942)

Brazil's German Problem (PM Tabloid, 1942)

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