Hans Staden

Hans Staden by H. J. Winkelmann, 1664 Hans Staden (c. 1525 – c. 1576) was a German soldier and explorer who voyaged to South America in the middle of the sixteenth century, where he was captured by the Tupinambá people of Brazil. He managed to survive and return safe to Europe. In his widely read account describing his travel and captivity, he claimed that the native people that held him captive practiced cannibalism. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Staden, Hans 1525?-1576?
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by Staden, Hans 1525-1576
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by Federmann, Nikolaus 1505-1542
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Published 1925
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by Staden, Hans 1525-1576
Published 1929
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by Federmann, Nicolaus
Published 1969
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