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Nazi bricks from Brazil.

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    Very rare bricks from a recent demolished farm in Tupa, state of Sao Paulo.
    At this farm, in the 30's, farm's owner keeps orphan black children as slaves for year until the police discover.
    The brick art is a brazilian's flag lozenge with a nazi symbol inside.
    Sad episode from our history.

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    Wonder if Otto Schulz Kampfhenkel had any influence on that? And yes it is sad...

    Eric
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    Why Schultz-Kampfhenkel - he was just one of several who traveled the jungle and made documentaries?

    His convictions of the thirties might not have carried over to our time.

    Im asking because I dont know of any SK 'footprint' in Brazil, not because I dispute your post.

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    From what I remember he had a influence in that area as I said I wonder...This link is all I can find. Google Image Result for http://www.sofadasala.com/english/nazi17sp.jpg.............

    Eric
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    Interesting. Thanks for info.
    Hopefully, we get to hear more from the OP in regards to a potential connection.

    Seems that this slavery, which the OP refers to, was something that happened many decades ago

    EDIT I dont doubt, that there were nazi sympathizers in Brazil, but I take some of the information in a badly translated occult web page with a grain of salt.

    For example, I am not sure, that tunnels were built with the express purpose of AH conquering Brazil.
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    do they have a hitler brick?

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    hard to say if a brick like this has anything to do with the third reich whether nazis were there or not.

    at the time, there were several brick companies using swastikas as a logo such as this one made by Cobb Pressed Brick Company of Jacksonville Texas:

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    of course, both Brazil and America had institutionalized slavery for hundreds of years before the nazis showed up.

    could be a nazi brick, but i think it's just a brick with a swastika on it personally.

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    In my opinion, i dont think this brick has anything to do with nazism.
    The swastika was used in a lot of places, bricks, fences, casino chips, etc.... due to being a goodluck charm during the 20`s and 30`s or just a company logo.

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    Quote by NunoGTI View Post
    In my opinion, i dont think this brick has anything to do with nazism.
    The swastika was used in a lot of places, bricks, fences, casino chips, etc.... due to being a goodluck charm during the 20`s and 30`s or just a company logo.


    Brazil in the 30s was strongly influenced by fascist, particularly given the large number of German immigrants, Italians and Japanese who arrived in the country.
    There was a fascist movement in Brazil, Integralism, with strong influences Nazis whose leader was Plinio Salgado.
    Unlike what says our esteemed colleague, the presence of Nazi symbols in my country with respect to strong political and economic ties that Brazil possessed before the war with Germany and not merely a purely aesthetic interest or company logo.

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    Still, the swastika has been a 'good luck' symbol in many countries and in many cultures a looong time before it was used by the TR.

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