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Hitler and the Secret Alliance (Hitler…

Hitler and the Secret Alliance (Hitler Escape)

by Harry Cooper

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Almost everyone has been exposed to some aspects of World War I and II Germany and probably to a lesser extent, South America. However, only a few have delved deeply into the history of southern South America specifically Argentina. For example, the presence of German nationals and representatives of the German government in South America has always been more or less obvious to the public. The extent of this presence in terms of land ownership, businesses and manufacturing enterprises and the influence on countries like Argentina will amaze even the knowledgeable reader.… (more)

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