Le Brésil dans la ligne de mire d'Hitler .

Publié le 28 Octobre 2011

L'histoire est souvent perçue d'un point de vue " Occidentalo-Occidental " . C'est particulièremment le cas en ce qui concerne  la Seconde Guerre Mondiale ou l'Amérique du Sud est représentée au travers de clichés comme " refuge de Nazis " et ou les chefs politiques Sud-Américains sont systématiquement présentés comme " sympathisants des Nazis " . Les choses sont bien sûr beaucoup plus complexes , et beaucoup oublient que l'Amérique du Sud avant de devenir un hâvre pour quelques  fugitifs Nazis a accueilli par dizaines de milliers des réfugiés juifs fuyant les persécutions Nazies en Allemagne alors que l'Europe et les EU fermaient leurs frontières .*


L'Amérique du Sud et plus particulièrement le Brésil furent aussi l'objet des visées Nazies .

J'ai déja évoqué ce dossier sur ce blogue .[ lien vers article ]  et [ lien ] 


Un livre retrace la " marche à la guerre " du Brésil en 1942 avec une étude approfondie des conditions dans lesquelles des navires marchands Brésiliens furent torpillés , un dossier sur lequel planent encore de nombreuses zones d'ombre . Parmi celles-ci , il faut évoquer l'eventualité d'opérations "False-flag " de l' Us Navy afin de manipuler l'opinion publique Brésilienne .


* Entre 1933 et 1941 , le Brésil a accueilli 12 000 réfugiés juifs et l'Argentine a accueilli 24 000 réfugiés juifs entre 1933 et 1943 [ soit 10 % de la communauté juive Française en 1939 ]  . 20 000 autres réfugiés sont entrés clandestinement en Argentine durant cette période .

Lire  Welcoming the undesirables "- Brazil and the jewish question - Jeffrey Lesser




O Brasil na Mira de Hitler - Roberto Sander - Editora Objetiva -2007 -  ISBN. 9788573028683





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Publié dans #" Les evenements " survenus entre 1933 et 1945

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<br /> <br /> Bonsoir,<br /> <br /> <br /> J'ai rajouté le complément à votre texte.<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
<br /> <br /> Merci ,<br /> <br /> <br /> Daniel BESSON<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
<br /> <br /> There was (in 1993) and probably still is also a FEB Museum in Itajai in der State Santa Catarina. There was another "force" from Latin America fighting in Europe during WW2: La Guardia Nacional<br /> de Puerto Rico - consisting only of U.S. soldiers from the U.S. colony of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean. They fought across southern France and arrived in May 1945 in the center of Germany at the<br /> town of Bad Elster in the Saxony  - located within the Yalta-agreed Soviet Occupation Zone. The Soviets had arrived at the same time  to other municipalities nearby. After three weeks -<br /> the Puertoricans were withdrawn a distance towards the west into the U.S. Occupation Zone.<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
<br /> <br /> Hello Jans ,<br /> <br /> <br /> THANK YOU for these informations ! As they fought in Southern France , they landed in august 1944<br /> <br /> <br /> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Dragoon<br /> <br /> <br /> That's VERY INTERESTING as some of my friends are interested in these operations . They have yet discoverd that American-Indians ( Navajo scout teams ) were involved in the liberation of SALON DE<br /> PROVENCE near MARSEILLE ( Marselha ) .<br /> <br /> <br /> ABRACOS<br /> <br /> <br /> Daniel BESSON<br /> <br /> <br />  <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
<br /> <br /> Brazil participated in both World Wars in the fight against Germany. In World War One, only a small naval unit participated to guard the maritime area in the Atlantic at the entry towards<br /> the Mediterranean. It was stationed in Dakar/Senegal. In World War Two, the "Forca Expeditionaria Brasileira" participated with 22,000 troops in Italy 1944/45. In the spring of 1945, the FEB<br /> fought against six Wehrmacht division in Northern Italy. In the final phase, 14,000+ German troops surrendered to the FEB. 1084 of Brazil's merchant marines perished in the 34 ships torpedoed by<br /> the "Kriesmarine" of Germany. 10 German and one Italian submarine were sunk off the coast of Brazil. Close to 300 of the FEB died in Italy and are burried in the brazilian military cemetery in<br /> Listoia/Italy. On July 30. 2011 the national monument for those Brazilians was inaugurated in Brasilia. There are many historic videos documentaries on youtube - under titles "Segunda Guerra<br /> Brasil", "FEB ofensiva primaveira". An interesting TV drama series was produced with the title "Aquarela" - which uses Brazil's "poetic" anthem "Aquarela do Brasil" as a period musical theme.<br /> (Composed by Ari Baroso 1939).  The TV drama follows the history of an brazilian officer fighting in Italy, and the woman, a singer in Brazil, who volunteers to serve as nurse with the FEB<br /> in Italy. (It is on youtube in the Internet).<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
<br /> <br /> Hello Jans ,<br /> <br /> <br /> Thank you for replying . I know the story of the FEB  . I know how galant were Brazilian soldiers in Italy , especially the " Nordestinos " who spent a winter in the mountains in the snow<br /> and how they stormed the  Monte Castello , how they fought in Montese and in Pistoia . I'm especially interested in the encounter between the FEB and the French mountain troops in the<br /> vallley of Susa near Torino on the 2nd of may of 1945 . Brazilian troops were sent by the Us general staff to prevent the French enter in Torino . Some French officials had the project of<br /> annexing the valley of Susa from the French border to the city of Torino .I have familial roots in this  valley .  I wrote to the director of the <br /> Museu do Expedicionário a few years ago , trying to find a copy of the orders concerning this operation . He responded to me that they<br /> are not in the files of the Brazilian Army but at the National Archives in Washington DC . I never had any response of this institution . In 2005 , i spoke with Colonel Alain le Ray in Grenoble<br /> ,  just before his death , who commanded the French troops in the Alpes  about this encounter .  <br /> <br /> <br /> I put the battle anthem of the FEB in the article :Canção do Expedicionário .<br /> <br /> <br /> Abraços<br /> <br /> <br /> Daniel BESSON<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />