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The Incredible Brazilian: The Beautiful Empire

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The Beautiful Empire is Brazil and in the second half of the nineteenth century the money is growing on trees – the rubber trees whose precious sap is wanted all over the world. Drawn by rumours of fabulous wealth to be won there, Europeans pour into Amazonia – hardheaded businessmen and romantic adventurers come to make their fortune in the New World and other are fleeing ...more
Kindle Edition, 344 pages
Published April 21st 2013 by Peach Publishing
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