If the tale of the search for the city of Akakor and its tribe sounds like the documented his story in this book, The Chronicle Of Akakor (right). Author: Brugger Karl Title: The chronicle of Akakor Year: Link download: Preface by. The chronicle of Akakor / [edited] by Karl Brugger ; translated from the German by Lu Fenton ; pref. by Erich von Note: Translation of Die Chronik von Akakor.
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Brugger claims fighting did indeed break out in the Peruvian province of Madre de Dios, and the leader of the Indians was a man named Tatunca who fled to Brazil, and applied for extradition, but the Brazilians refused to cooperate, so Peru closed their common border. After long negotiations, the leaders of Akakor and the Germans agreed to an alliance. The Indian Protection Service, however, agreed to contact the tribe, but while making preparations in Rio Branco, Tatunca Nara was arrested by local authorities in Acre Oof to be sent to Peru to stand trial for the uprising he had led.
In a former book, I have reported seeing such underground structures with my own akakod. Tatunca Nara appears to be a real person and, at the very least, a kind of chroncle Tarzan who lives a pretty amazing life—apparently still going strong.
The earth shook, and thunder echoed over the hills. This became their excuse to give up the expedition, only ten days from Akakor. To this day, most of it is unexplored. Moreover, both the Yaminaua and Kaxinawa Indians revered Tatunca as a chieftain, even though he was not of their tribe.
Shortly before his extradition, his officer friends xhronicle him out of prison and had him brought back to Manaus. The consul did not believe him and denied him further access to the embassy. Please enter your name.
Witnesses said he spoke broken German, a number of Indian languages from the upper Amazon, and a little Portuguese. Was it the secret city in the western Amazon jungles?
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Enormous blasts of fire illuminated the plain. The only difference was: You may have already requested this item. He tied back his long, black hair with a yellow band decorated with the strange symbols of the Ugha Mongulala. Preview this item Preview this item.
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Independent newspaper corroboration of the tale is available starting inwhich mentions a white Indian chieftain who rescued 12 Brazilian officers from the Haisha Indians and led them to Manaus. Don’t have an account?
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The snowcapped peaks of the Andes were visible. The E-mail Address es field is required. That same year, Tatunca and Schmid claimed to have found Akahim, too. WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item But Tatunca disobeyed and conducted the survivors to Manaus. Tatunca estimated that the entire trip would take six weeks.
The strangers looked very much like men, with fine features, white skin, bluish black hair, and thick beards. Behind them stretched the great jungle of the Amazonian lowlands. The chronicle of Akakor Author: View all subjects More like this User lists Similar Items.
Half of their food and medical stores were lost, plus the camera equipment cjronicle partially ruined. Before the year zero, men lived like animals, without laws, without tilling the soil, without clothing themselves. Here he wrote his book.