Germans in Argentina
Though far less numerous than Italians and Spaniards, Germans in Argentina represent one of the larger ethnic groups that immigrated to the country during the years of economic boom and population growth, beginning in the 1870s. Additionally, this group merits extra attention because of its exceptionalism in immigration patterns, often being either merchants in Buenos Aires or farmers in isolated colonies in the Argentine interior. Germanys role in World War I and II raised a unique set of identity questions for Germans in Argentina and altered German immigration patterns in the 1920s and 30s. Moreover, the pre-World War II flows ...
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