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German Argentine

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A Pomeranian Teleportation: 'The Most German City In Brazil' - Brazil with Michael Palin - BBC One

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Largest German community in Latin America celebrates Oktoberfest

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2014 WORLD CUP FINAL: Germany 1-0 Argentina (AET)

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World Cup Highlights: Germany - Argentina, Germany 2006

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Chile's German immigrants try to erase past

German Argentines are Argentine citizens of German ancestry. They are descendants of Germans who immigrated to Argentina from Germany and elsewhere in Europe. Some German Argentines originally settled in Brazil, then later immigrated to Argentina. Germany as a political entity was founded only in 1871, but immigrants from earlier dates are also considered German Argentines due to their shared ethnic heritage, language and culture. German Argentines today make up the fourth-largest ethnic group in Argentina, with over two million Volga Germans alone.
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