It's an important part of history that people just aren't taught about. I was even lucky enough to go to a school with a good world history program, and I still never knew how these nazis were installed there in South America. It's terrifying something like that happened. Purely by coincidence, I have an old book coming in the mail that I hear covers this part of history in a chapter: "Hegemony or Survival".
I am from Germany. The Nazis went to South America via the so-called rat lines. German Red Cross and other humanitarian aid organizations, under the supervision of the Vatican, issued them fake passports to be able to leave Germany unidentified.
Article in the Daily Mail:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3522096/She-s-talented-beautiful-opinion-Emma-Watson-starred-skin-lightening-cream-ad-critics-asking-Harry-Potter-actress-Hermione-hypocrite.html
^ useless tabloid article that should be removed for spam.Anyone with at least half a brain know that models are not given creative control how their image is used. Notice how that ad (if you bother to watch it, which you shouldn't feel obliged to) doesn't even show her using the product? Yeah. Stop and think, for once in your life, before eating up mindless tabloid drivel.It's long been assumed that the trolls that plague this blog are tabloid junkies though, and it's good to finally get confirmation.
Nice interiview. I was pleasantly surprised at how good she was in the Colonia film. There was nothing of the HP film. Her role was light- in the moments of playful love with Daniel who she goes to save. Later her acting became gritty and calculating. I must say, that was a pleasant surprise that she pulled the film off that well.And she was gorgeous all the time- even in those terrribel clothes at Colonia.
I live in Europe. Is Colonia shown in the USA?
Beep-beep. You have 1 unanswered question on tumblr)))
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