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    Re: German community in Chile

    Quote Originally Posted by joseanton View Post
    About cholo word, it means mestizo, but in Peru is flexible, to europids, it means mestizos and indians, to mestizos it means darker mestizos and to darker mestizos means indians, is a despective word, and if you feel superior of other one you say him cholo, I use to say, if you are not white nor black nor aisatic you are cholo....
    That sounds like Kaffir in South Africa. Interestingly Almost all the ethnic/racial groups have names for the other ones. The Blacks call us (Germanics in general) MaBuru .... But it doesn't make us feel inferior.


    Germans in Chile. I remember something of "Colonia Dignidad"....
    "And God proclaims as a first principle to the rulers, and above all else, that there is nothing which they should so anxiously guard, or of which they are to be such good guardians, as of the purity of the race. They should observe what elements mingle in their offspring;..." Plato Politeia

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    Re: German community in Chile

    the other groups call blancones (similar to white) to whites and light skin mestizos (to them almost the same ), or even gringos , peru is a very racist country

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    Re: German community in Chile

    Quote Originally Posted by Jote View Post
    Who has information about the regions of Germany where the settlers came from?
    I found some information regarding this on the following site:
    http://www.genealogienetz.de/reg/WELT/chile.html

    [...]The minister in charge, Vicente Perez Rosales, consulted a friend who was at that time Chilean Consul in Hamburg. His friend insisted on inviting Germans who were already in an emigration mood especially in areas such as Baden-Württemberg and the Black Forest, as the landscape of southern Chile with its lakes, rivers and forests would be an attractive and familiar enviroment similar to the one to which they were accustomed. Massive emigration is usually triggered by poor living conditions in the homeland. Migrants therefore are usually mostly poor and unskilled. This is also the case of the Spaniards of Galicia and the Italians from Southern Italy who emigrated in large numbers to Argentina, as well as the Irish, Poles, Mecklenburgian Germans who did so to the United States. However, the migration of Germans to Chile was less important in terms of quantity than of quality.
    The first German colonisation was at the Llanquihue lake and in the Frontera. Encouraged by these first successes in 1846 by Philippi, thirty settlers from Hessen were recruited for Bella Vista. A further 1,000 Germans followed in 1848, mostly inspired by the events of the revolution to begin a new life overseas; besides craftsmen, many university graduates were involved. Arriving in 1851, their numbers were supplemented by skilled workers (beer-brewers, tanners, furniture makers) and included academics such as pharmacists, professors and scientific investigators. In 1852 Germans founded Deutsche Player Maiten, Volcan and Puerto Octay, as well as in 1853, Puerto Montt. Llanquihue, Frutillar and Puerto Varas were settled with Germans in the same year. Between 1872-75, Nordboehmer Quilanto, lot Bajos, El Carril, Linea Plantanosa and new Braunau started. To the settlement of Germans in Valdivia Fritz Kindermann and Karl Anwandter contributed much. In the Frontera (area between the rivers Biobio and Tolten) were settled primarily colonists from Brandenburg, Pomerania and Switzerland. Many Germans moved also into the cities Valparaiso, Santiago, Temuco, Conception, Ancud and Magellanes. They had to endure hard times during the first years in the wilderness, but with determination they gradually became prominent and a most respected segment of Chilean society.

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    Re: German community in Chile

    This month is our most important month of year, because in december of 1852 the first german came to "Llanquehue See". 154 year ago!!

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    Re: German community in Chile

    Quote Originally Posted by joseanton View Post
    the other groups call blancones (similar to white) to whites and light skin mestizos (to them almost the same ), or even gringos , peru is a very racist country
    Is Peru a very racially mixed Country. That would be evidence for my thesis that race-mixing leads to even more racism, unlike the claims made by "liberals".

    A good example are the Coloureds in South Africa they openly profess their hate for Blacks....
    "And God proclaims as a first principle to the rulers, and above all else, that there is nothing which they should so anxiously guard, or of which they are to be such good guardians, as of the purity of the race. They should observe what elements mingle in their offspring;..." Plato Politeia

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    Re: German community in Chile

    Sorry for the off topic

    If you want to take a look at the minorities of Peru

    Non-aboriginals minorities
    http://forums.skadi.net/peruvian_minorities-t83445.html

    Aboriginal minorities
    http://forums.skadi.net/diferences_b...ns-t61448.html

    The mayority is mestizo

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    Re: German community in Chile

    Quote Originally Posted by Horagalles View Post
    Germans in Chile. I remember something of "Colonia Dignidad"....
    uff.. Colonia Dignidad, the "model farm", when germans arrive, it was an awful place, a few years after it, it works as a micro State.

    But Schäffer interferes with the Red-Bishop Carlos Camus plains and in 60's Patricio Aylwin (who was his Lawyer (abogado)) lost a judicial referendum against them, and then, he swear to destroy Villa Baviera.

    In 1990, when Augusto Pinochet government ends and it's succesor was Patricio Aylwin, this last, in one of it firsts actions, revoke privileges to Villa Baviera, and some kids were paid to talk about paedophilia from Paul Schäffer (you can see TV investigations of that years), in 1997, it was a major problem, and prensa, and a Socialist Senator, Naranjo (the leftist senator of my district, other one (and mine) is H. Larraín, UDI, Right-Wing) use this to make himself famous, and start to attack it.
    Last year, Schäffer was "captured" in Argentina and was condemned to 20 years... he is almost 90 now, if my memory do not fails...
    With Naranjo were also Camus and a group of Human Rights Activists (Human Shit (sorry, I forgot a better synonimous) if you ask me), because Villa Baviera/Colonia Dignidad supports and offer services to General Pinochet's Government, to retain leftists rebelds and former UP dirigents of the zone.

    About Southern Chile... it is BEAUTIFUL, german hands may be seen everywhere, architecture, a natural germanic landscape (with rivers that may guide us to think in Rhein, a lot of lake, low highness mountains, just like Europe, etc...) and many people had direct german ancestors, or some german influence.

    Ahh, Karl Andwanter is still the name of the "Deutsche Schule" of Valdivia.

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    Re: German community in Chile

    A little contribution:

    German colonization of Chile (Vintage pics).

    Town of Frutillar








    Last edited by Combatent; Thursday, January 4th, 2007 at 07:10 PM.

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    Re: German community in Chile

    Hi,

    I spent part of my summer vacation in Frutillar, and I saw a lot of germans and mapuches married between them. This was very strange years ago.

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    Re: German community in Chile

    Quote Originally Posted by Choroy View Post
    Hi,

    I spent part of my summer vacation in Frutillar, and I saw a lot of germans and mapuches married between them. This was very strange years ago.
    WHAT???!!!

    Frutillar fall to multiculturalism? What a crap.

    Maximum that I have seen by now was german with spanish descendants, but, with that ... apatrid indians?
    "Take them tonight My Lord".

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