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A edition was illustrated by Joost Swarte. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the term, see Palagi. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in German. June Click [show] for important translation instructions. View a machine-translated version of the German article.

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The book was widely criticised however, after it was discovered that Scheurmann had created the character of Tuiavii and that the descriptions were in fact his own social commentary. Nacktkultur brought together elements of naturism, vegetarianism, and social reform and gained increasing prominence in the Weimar Republic. He replaces the Samoan voice with his own, negating fully Samoan social, historical, and cultural experiences. In Samoa the term is also used to describe foreigners or anything considered not indigenous to Samoa or Samoan culture. Some say this was based on the reaction of the Samoan people upon seeing European explorers for the first time: the different color of their skin suggested to the Samoan people that the explorers were people who came from another universe.

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