Keeping Democracy Alive:The Tango War: Key to Who Would Win WWII 
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Keeping Democracy Alive  The Tango War: Key to Who Would Win WWII   
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Burt Cohen  Bi-Weekly Program  For non-profit use only. 
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Theres the European theater and the Pacific. But hidden away as both sides preferred, Latin America held the key to which side would be victorious. There were a lot of Germans in Brazil, vital war resources in Central America and the Amazon, along with oil in Mexico. Award winning reporter Mary Jo McConahays new book is called The Tango War; The Struggle for the Hearts,Minds, and Riches of Latin America During World War II. And it is surprising how influential that period remains regarding US-Latin American relations now. And the story says a lot about the rise of fascism.  Mary Jo McConahay and Burt Cohen 
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  German Tango Music from 1930 
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View Script    09-25-2018  English 
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