Brasilian "rule" on WWII

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Von_Mannteufel
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Brasilian "rule" on WWII

Post by Von_Mannteufel » 24 Feb 2003 07:33

well, i'd know if anyone of you would have information on the FEB(Brasilian expeditionary Force), what regiment of U.S. army it took part (i know it only fought in italy under clark command) and whatever information on it you could give me. thanks!

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Post by Von_Mannteufel » 25 Feb 2003 06:04

tnx for the sites.. the first 3 was also given me by brasilian army but i didn't find much useful info there.. ;-)

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Post by Von_Mannteufel » 25 Feb 2003 06:11

well, if I tell you what they teach about brazilian participation in WWII you would think of it as a joke. those sites are quite nacionalist and the info in it is not trustworthy. ;-)

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Post by Von_Mannteufel » 28 Feb 2003 06:39

tnx for the site it realy have a nice view of things and made me even more impressive on how dumb brasilian politics can be :D

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