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" When Canudos finally capitulated, after months of resistance, the community's 5,200 homes were burned to the ground. The few surviving women were evacuated to the coast, where they were made servants (and in some cases, prostitutes); some of the surviving... "
The History of Brazil - Page 83
by Robert M. Levine - 1999 - 208 lehte
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The Massacre in History

Mark Levene, Penny Roberts - 1999 - 296 lehte
...distance, by the Brazilian Minister of War. When Canudos finally capitulated, after months of resistance, the community's 5,200 homes were burned to the ground....prostitutes); some of the surviving children were 'adopted' by some of the onlookers or otherwise .taken as trophies of war. This chapter examines the background...
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