Die Küchen Südamerikas sind vor allem geprägt von denjenigen, die die Gebiete erobert und kolonialisiert flows.nulich die Spanier und die Portugiesen. Südamerika ist der südliche Teil des amerikanischen Doppelkontinentes, hat eine Bevölkerungszahl von Millionen Menschen und ist mit einer Fläche von . Die Geschichte Südamerikas begann vor etwa bis Jahren im Zuge der Besiedlung Amerikas durch Menschen. Die schriftlichen Zeugnisse der .
südamerikanischen -Zwischen Bolivien und Paraguay u. Der Kolonialisierung stand hier mehr die Verdrängung und die Ausrottung durch Krankheiten gegenüber. Geschichte neuzeitlicher Staaten Südamerikas. Das kriegerische Volk war hochgewachsen und hellhäutig. Bis heute Stand hat sich ein Geflecht aus internationalen Organisationen mit zum Teil wechselnden Mitgliedschaften gebildet:. Seine Anstrengungen Caracas zu erobern blieben erfolglos, bis er eine Kampagne ins schwächer bewachte Kolumbien führte, mittels derer er die Spanier dort besiegen konnte. Zwischen Brasilien und Uruguay u.
südamerikanischen -Ich hab mich in der Vorbereitung auch gefragt, welches Budget ich einplanen muss, wie sicher die verschiedenen Länder sind und was ich wohl am besten einpacke. Besonders in der Karibik wurde die Bevölkerung innerhalb kürzester Zeit fast völlig ausgelöscht. Zahlreiche spanische und portugiesische Missionare kamen im Schienenverkehr in Ecuador , Schienenverkehr in Brasilien , Schienenverkehr in Uruguay , Liste südamerikanischer Eisenbahngesellschaften. Fazenda portugiesisch genannten Landwirtschaftsbetriebe deutlich kleiner waren, so umfassten sie oftmals mehrere zehntausend Hektar Land. Poulet im Chörbli in der Pouletburg Attinghausen geniessen. Daher sind die Unabhängigkeitskriege sowohl Kolonialkriege, als auch Bürgerkriege zwischen königstreuen und aufständischen Südamerikanern. Geschichte neuzeitlicher Staaten Südamerikas. Sowohl die Keramik als auch die Metallverarbeitung waren hoch entwickelt.
In a report written from Shlaudeman to Kissinger in , it was reported that the military regimes in South America were coming together to join forces for security reasons.
This new force operated in other member's countries in secrecy. There were also hundreds of cases of babies and children being taken from mothers in prison who had been kidnapped and later disappeared; the children were given in illegal adoptions to military families and associates of the regime.
The objective of the propaganda had two purposes: One propaganda piece created by Chile entitled, "Chile after Allende," was distributed amongst the governments acting under Condor.
However, the document only notes that Uruguay and Argentina were the only two countries to acknowledge the agreement. In terms of Paraguay, their government was only listed as utilizing the local press, "Patria" as their main propaganda producer.
A meeting that was to have taken place in March discussing, "Psychological warfare techniques against terrorists and leftist extremists" was canceled due to restructuring of the intelligence services of both Argentina and Paraguay.
It was said that the RSO would not kill them if they agreed to cooperate and give information regarding future meetings in Rio.
The dictatorships and their intelligence services were responsible for tens of thousands of killed and missing people in the period between and Analyzing the political repression in the region during that decade, Brazilian journalist Nilson Mariano estimates the number of killed and missing people as 2, in Paraguay; 3, in Chile; in Uruguay; in Brazil; and 30, in Argentina.
They found what became known as the "Archives of Terror" Portuguese: Arquivos do Terror , documenting the fates of thousands of Latin American political prisoners, who were secretly kidnapped, tortured and killed by the security services of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay.
The archive has a total of 60, documents, weighing 4 tons and comprising , microfilmed pages. According to these archives, other countries, such as Peru, cooperated by providing intelligence information in response to requests from the security services of the Southern Cone nations.
While Peru had no representatives at the secret November meeting in Santiago de Chile, there is evidence of its involvement. For instance, as late as June , Peru was known to have collaborated with Argentine agents of Intelligence Battalion in the kidnapping, torture and "disappearance" of a group of Montoneros living in exile in Lima.
The "terror archives" also revealed a degree of cooperation by Colombia and Venezuela. For instance, Luis Posada Carriles was probably at the meeting that ordered Orlando Letelier 's car bombing.
A Colombian paramilitary organization known as Alianza Americana Anticomunista may have cooperated with Operation Condor.
Operation Condor officially ended when Argentina ousted the military dictatorship in following its defeat in the Falklands War and restored democracy.
The Argentine Dirty War was carried out from to , during the military juntas and around Operation Condor. In April , the Madres de la Plaza de Mayo , a group of mothers whose children had been disappeared, started demonstrating each Thursday in front of the Casa Rosada on the plaza.
They were seeking to learn the location and fates of their children. The disappearance in December of two French nuns and several founders of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo gained international attention.
Their remains were later identified as among those bodies washed up on beaches in December south of Buenos Aires, victims of death flights.
It took testimony from hundreds of witnesses about victims of the regime and known abuses, documenting hundreds of secret prisons and detention centers , and identifying leaders of torture and death squads.
Two years later, the Juicio a las Juntas Trial of the Juntas largely succeeded in proving the crimes of the top officers of the various juntas that had formed the self-styled National Reorganization Process.
In —, President Carlos Menem pardoned the leaders of the junta who were serving sentences in what he said was an attempt in reconciliation and healing.
In the late s, due to attacks on American nationals in Argentina and revelations about CIA  funding of their military after a explicit Congressional prohibition, U.
President Bill Clinton ordered the declassification of thousands of State Department documents related to U. Following continuous protests by the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo and other human rights groups, in the Argentine Congress, counting on President Nestor Kirchner and the ruling majority on both chambers full support, repealed the amnesty laws.
The Argentine Supreme Court under separate review declared them unconstitutional in June This enabled the government to renew prosecution of crimes committed during the Dirty War.
DINA civil agent Enrique Arancibia Clavel, who was prosecuted in Argentina for crimes against humanity in , was sentenced to life imprisonment for his part in the murder of General Prats.
Chilean appeals court judge Nibaldo Segura refused extradition in July on the grounds that they had already been prosecuted in Chile.
On 5 March , twenty-five former high-ranking military officers from Argentina and Uruguay went on trial in Buenos Aires, charged with conspiracy to "kidnap, disappear, torture and kill" political opponents during the s and s.
Prosecutors are basing their case in part on U. On 27 May , fifteen ex-military officials were found guilty. Reynaldo Bignone was sentenced to 20 years in jail.
Fourteen of the remaining 16 defendants got eight to 25 years. Two were found not guilty. It is also the first time that former members of Condor have been sentenced for forming part of this criminal organisation.
President Fernando Henrique Cardoso ordered the release of some military files concerning Operation Condor in According to the official statement, the Italian government "could not confirm nor deny that Argentine, Brazilian, Paraguayan and Chilean militaries [military officers] will be submitted to a trial.
The Condor Operation expanded its clandestine repression from Uruguay to Brazil in November , in an event later known as "o Sequestro dos Uruguaios", or "the Kidnapping of the Uruguayans.
There they kidnapped Universindo Rodriguez and Lilian Celiberti, an activist Uruguayan couple of the political opposition, along with her two children, Camilo and Francesca, five and three years old.
Universindo Rodriguez and the children had already been clandestinely taken to Uruguay. When their identities were made clear, the journalists had exposed the secret operation by their presence.
The exposure of the operation is believed to have prevented the murder of the couple and their two young children, as the news of the political kidnapping of Uruguayan nationals in Brazil made headlines in the Brazilian press.
It became an international scandal. The military governments of both Brazil and Uruguay were embarrassed. A few days later, officials arranged for the Celiberti's children to be taken to their maternal grandparents in Montevideo.
After Rodriguez and Celiberti were imprisoned and tortured in Brazil, they were taken to military prisons in Uruguay, and detained for the next five years.
When democracy was restored in Uruguay in , the couple were released. They confirmed all the published details of their kidnapping.
In , Brazilian courts convicted two inspectors of DOPS Department of Political and Social Order, an official police branch in charge of the political repression during the military regime for having arrested the journalists in Lilian's apartment in Porto Alegre.
The reporters and the Uruguayans had identified them as taking part in the kidnapping. This event confirmed the direct involvement of the Brazilian government in the Condor Operation.
The democratic government of President Luis Alberto Lacalle in Uruguay was inspired to do the same a year later. Police officer Pedro Seelig, the head of the DOPS at the time of the kidnapping, was identified by the Uruguayan couple as the man in charge of the operation in Porto Alegre.
The Brazilian policeman was acquitted for lack of evidence. The Law of Impunity , passed in , provided amnesty to Uruguayan citizens who had committed acts of political repression and human rights abuses under the dictatorship.
Cunha and Scalco were awarded the Esso Prize, the most important prize of the Brazilian press, for their investigative journalism of the case.
In , he said to the Brazilian press:. All the Uruguayans kidnapped abroad, around people, are missing to this day. The only ones who managed to survive are Lilian, her children, and Universindo.
He died of an alleged heart attack in his sleep in Mercedes , Argentina, on 6 December Since his body was never submitted to an autopsy , the true cause of his death remains unknown.
He asked for investigations to be opened into their deaths. On 27 January , the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo printed a story with a statement from Mario Neira Barreiro, a former intelligence service member under Uruguay's dictatorship.
Barreiro said that Goulart was poisoned, confirming Brizola's allegations. In March , the magazine CartaCapital published previously unreleased documents of the National Intelligence Service created by an undercover agent who was present at Jango's properties in Uruguay.
This revelation reinforces the theory that the former president was poisoned. The Goulart family has not yet identified who could be the "B Agent," as he is referred in the documents.
The agent acted as a close friend to Jango, and described in detail an argument during the former president's 56th birthday party with his son because of a fight between two employees.
Later, CartaCapital published an interview with Jango's widow, Maria Teresa Fontela Goulart , who revealed documents from the Uruguayan government that documented her complaints that her family was being monitored.
The Uruguayan government was monitoring Jango's travel, his business, and his political activities. These files were from , a year after the coup in Brazil, and suggest that he could have been deliberately attacked.
One of the lawyers seeking his extradition said there had been an attempt to assassinate Carlos Altamirano , leader of the Chilean Socialist Party.
He said that Pinochet met Italian neofascist terrorist Stefano Delle Chiaie during Franco 's funeral in Madrid in and arranged to have Altamirano murdered.
In November the Chilean government acknowledged that Pablo Neruda might have been murdered by Pinochet regime. Bernardo Leighton and his wife were severely injured by gunshots on 5 October , while in exile in Rome.
Davies , declared that the declassified documents established the responsibility of Pinochet government in carrying out the assassination of Bernardo Leighton, as well as Orlando Letelier and General Carlos Prats.
Another target was Orlando Letelier , a former minister of the Chilean Allende government. Letelier was appointed the ambassador from Chile to the United States while Salvador Allende was in power.
He was one of the first members of Allende's former government to be arrested by the Pinochet regime.
However, he was released twelve months later due to pressure from Venezuela and the United States. He was ordered to leave Chile, upon which he moved to Washington D.
He then spend his time lobbying to Congress and other European governments against Pinochet's regime. For this reason he became the voice of Chile's resistance movement.
Ronni Moffitt was Letelier's assistant at the Institute. She was 26 and recently married when she died. On 21 September , as Letelier and Moffitt traveled to work with Moffitt's husband Michael, the car they were driving suddenly exploded.
Letelier and Moffitt both later died at the hospital, while Ronni's husband Michael survived the blast. Although it was not initially clear who had been responsible for the bombing, Letelier had showed up on DINA's radar since his move to the United States.
It is also known that the Chilean government had revoked Letelier's citizenship in only several days before the explosion that killed him.
In , Chile agreed to transfer Townley to the U. Townley was freed and taken into the US witness protection program.
In December , Francisco Letelier, the son of Orlando Letelier, wrote in an OpEd column in the Los Angeles Times that his father's assassination was part of Operation Condor, which he described as "an intelligence-sharing network used by six South American dictators of that era to eliminate dissidents.
Michael Townley has accused Pinochet of being responsible for Letelier's death. Townley confessed that he had hired five anti-Castro Cuban exiles to booby-trap Letelier's car.
It started about a year before the "terror archives" were found in Paraguay. According to the Rettig Report , Jecar Neghme's death had been carried out by Chilean intelligence agents.
He used Argentinian, Uruguayan, Paraguayan and Brazilian passports, raising concerns that Operation Condor was not dead. His body had been so mutilated to make identification by appearance impossible.
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