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Tintin sets off to South America to retrieve a stolen fetish. There, all sorts of interests are in conflict: military, economic and the war of the Gran Chaco which had been opposing Bolivia and Paraguay for the past three years. A small Arumbaya statue has been stolen in a museum, then returned. One little detail though will tell Tintin that instead of the original, a mere replica was returned. There must be a secret hiding behind this small statue since its robbery was carefully concealed.

In Le Crapouillot, he was quoted as being one of the most powerful people in the world. The Gran Chaco region was split between the two countries.

In , the skirmishes that had so far characterised the Gran Chaco conflict made way for official declarations of war between Bolivia to Paraguay. The war would finally come to an end in A treaty ratified on 21 July attributed the main region of the contested territories to Paraguay while conceding access to the Paraguay River, to Bolivia.

Junkers JU de la Lufthansa The road to death The winding mountain road that Tintin drives down following his escape from General Alcazar's jail, exists in real life. It is La Yungas Road, the infamous Bolivian 'road of death', built during the s by Paraguayan prisoners of war.

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Tintin's car careens over the edge of the mountain, although the little reporter manages to jump clear at the last moment.

Following in the footsteps of Percival Harrison Fawcett Tintin's journey through this territory begins when he jumps from a bridge into the river making up the border between Bolivia and Paraguay.

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He went more than ten years ago. He's never been seen since. Fawcett became Ridgewell, gaining skills in the use of a blowpipe while in the process of transformation. Two rival tribes in the site In the heart of the siteian jungle, Tintin meets Ridgewell and the Arumbayas in the same place where British explorer Percy Fawcett disappeared in !

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The Arumbayas, who speak disguised Brussels dialect, are similar to the real life Jivaro Indians, and have the Rumbaba tribe who specialise in shrinking heads as enemies. Walker, the same book that Tintin consults while investigating the theft of the fetish. But Herge made some mistakes.

For instance, one of the indigenous tribes wore sashes of navy blue color, which certainly looked strange. But the biggest mistake was in the album title, which totally spoils the reader from himself taking on the role of investigator.

A better title would have been Tintin and the Arambaya Idol. Please fix. German, spanisch, italian, swedish?

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A story that begins with intrigue and simple detective work unexpectedly develops into a madcap and nail-biting adventure. The origins of this statuette are far removed from the site region: it comes from the area surrounding the city of Trujillo in North Peru. The real museum piece does not have a broken ear, while the only way of telling the "real" statue in the story, is precisely by its broken ear!

San Theodoros as symbolic of Latin American politics The San Theodoros portrayed in The Broken Ear and Tintin and the Picaros, is first and foremost a symbol of the instability and violence that has gripped South American politics for so long, as well as a model of a poor city in the third world, ravaged by brutal power struggles masked as ideological conflicts.

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Bolivar and Olivaro The name of the liberator of San Theodoros, General Olivaro , is a clear allusion to General Bolivar, liberator of the Spanish colonies to the north of South America, which formed what was called the Gran Colombia. Photographie de Sir Basil Zaharoff dans "Le Crapouillot" - C05 33 D5 Of Greek origin, Sir Basil Zaharoff showed remarkable acumen in business matters and made himself indispensable to the great powers to which he indiscriminately sold weapons.

Zaharoff often stoked tensions by convincing clients that they were at risk from his other clients, and the most powerful arms dealer in the world was supported by politicians and financiers in many countries.

In Le Crapouillot, he was quoted as being one of the most powerful people in the world.

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The Gran Chaco region was split between the two countries. In , the skirmishes that had so far characterised the Gran Chaco conflict made way for official declarations of war between Bolivia to Paraguay. The war would finally come to an end in A treaty ratified on 21 July attributed the main region of the contested territories to Paraguay while conceding access to the Paraguay River, to Bolivia.

Junkers JU de la Lufthansa The road to death The winding mountain road that Tintin drives down following his escape from General Alcazar's jail, exists in real life. It is La Yungas Road, the infamous Bolivian 'road of death', built during the s by Paraguayan prisoners of war. Tintin's car careens over the edge of the mountain, although the little reporter manages to jump clear at the last moment.

Following in the footsteps of Percival Harrison Fawcett Tintin's journey through this territory begins when he jumps from a bridge into the river making up the border between Bolivia and Paraguay.

He went more than ten years ago. He's never been seen since.