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  1. I can't answer for Argentina, but in Brazil,...

    I can't answer for Argentina, but in Brazil, european immigration lasted roughly 130 years, from 1825 to 1955. Previously to that, Brazil had a very small white population. The reason behind...
  2. Important! Poll! Easier said than done! German immigration to...

    Easier said than done! German immigration to Brazil stopped sixty years ago. And although assimilation wasn't a natural process, it's a consummated fact. The nazi adventure in Europe greatly...
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    NS Interior Design

    "One's surroundings are a central part of personal life, the things we ourselves make and form: our family, our home, our festivals. The strength we draw from them enables us to do many other things...
  4. German-brazilianess

    The majority of social scientists who have studied german immigration to Brazil deny German-Brazilians the status of an ethnic group, their works being primarily directed towards immigrant...
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    Re: Did you watch ... ?

    I just wish to congratulate all the hermanos for today's match. That's football! What a show! You are the first serious pretenders to the title. Unfortunately, I must add. Riquelme, Messi and Tevez...
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    Re: The offside rule = stupid.

    It's interesting how angry everyone gets when an american criticizes football... But I think Imperator X has a point. I'm not saying the offside rule shouldn't exist, but it is clearly misinterpreted...
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    Re: Did you watch ... ?

    How nice! My grandfather was a galego too. From Pontevedra. But he considered himself a spaniard, above all (he never requested brazilian citizenship).
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    Re: Did you watch ... ?

    Before anyone says anything, I must recognize: Brazil x Croacia was one of the worst games untill now... The good thing about it was that our Highlander scored the only goal of the match... But I'm...
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    Re: Did you watch...

    Calm down, hermano... I didn't mean to offend anyone, sorry. We brazilians use this term when referring to argentinians in a respectfull manner. I personally consider all white hispanics hermanos, be...
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    Re: Did you watch...

    I must confess I'm a little bit disappointed after today's matches. England didn't play well at all... Sweden was a total failure... And Argentina, well, with Messi, Aimar and Tevez on the bench, the...
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    Re: Praying to the "wrong" Gods?

    In my opinion, what leads a romanic person pray to a germanic god is the fact that, in general, nordic gods, like nordic peoples, are more connected to the wild, to battles and adventures, while...
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    Re: Let us Westerners choose a rallying sign.

    Choosing a rallying sign is a very interesting idea... But, for people who, like me, live in countries where "hate symbols" are controlled, it has to be something natural, which can't be...
  13. The Uyoku: Soldiers of Japanese Sacred Values

    Racists and patriots, extreme-right groups, linked to the mafia, impose their will with impunity, even eliminating their detractors. liberation.fr (french only) See also: patriotism courses at...
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    Re: Germanized Czechs?

    Thank you very much Putzfleck. I really don't have much information about my family's past, which is rather nebulous... Legend says they came from Prague (thus fuelling the jewish hypothesis). Also,...
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    Re: Germanized Czechs?

    Interesting... I didn't discard the jewish hypothesis completely, although I find it hard to understand why a jew would name three of his children after catholic saints. Anyway, the Hoffmann surname...
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    Can anyone help me, please? I'm brazilian and,...

    Can anyone help me, please? I'm brazilian and, like most brazilians, have iberian ancestry. But I'm 25% german, or so I thought. After some genealogical research, I discovered that my great...
  17. Thread: World Cup 2006

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    Re: World Cup 2006

    Brazil is in preparation in Switzerland. We have a game against FZ Luzern on 30/05, in Basel, and a game against New Zealand on 04/06, in Geneva. But, to tell you the truth, I'm not very confident......
  18. Thread: World Cup 2006

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    Re: World Cup 2006

    This is the best World cup commercial ever: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIItJZPZ6fw&search=guarana

    BTW: Although we're favorites, teams like Argentina can beat Brazil... I'd say they're the...
  19. Re: Otto Rahn - SS Mystic

    There's an interesting interview at VOXNR.com with Gabriele Winckler-Dechend, former aide of Wiligut, which actually sheds some light onto this obscure subject. For instance, according to her, Otto...
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    Re: What are Mexicans and the South Amercians?

    Nobody runs Brazil. That's our biggest problem. Our president is a semi-illiterate socialist who is so inept that has delegated his powers to his subordinates who, on their turn, frequently act...
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    Re: What are Mexicans and the South Amercians?

    First of all I must apologize if I've misinterpreted the data. I just wanted to shed some light into the subject. Anyway, it was frivolous of my part, since I'm not a geneticist, but a historian....
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    Re: What are Mexicans and the South Amercians?

    I couldn't agree more... In fact, a recent study by a group geneticists from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) concluded that 98% of the patrilineal haplotipes found in the blood of the...
  23. German immigration to Brazil

    Around 50 million people emigrated from Europe since the beginnings of the XIX century until the end of WWII. Of this total, Brazil received almost 5 million, 5% of which (250,000) were germans. The...
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    Salutations from Brazil

    Greetings. I've just entered this forum and hope to exchange valuable information about the ever increasing challenges that our great people faces around the world. Although I'm mostly iberian, my...
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