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  • 165 Reich Refugees Find Haven in Venezuela

    A party of 165 German Jewish refugees from Hamburg were refused permission to land at Georgetown, British Guiana, and were subsequently given haven in Venezuela under special conditions banning them from all but agricultural pursuits, it was officially announced here tonight. Recently 86 German Jews who could not get into the island of Trinidad were… More ▸

  • 86 Allowed Temporary Stay in Venezuela

    Eighty six Jewish refugees from Germany, who found on their arrival in Trinidad that they were barred because of a new prohibition on admission of refugees, have been granted a 30-day stay in Caracas, Venezuela, after being also barred from Honduras, it was reported by HIAS here today. The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, which obtained… More ▸

  • Venezuela, Santo Domingo Offer Land for Farm Settlement

    Representatives of Venezuela and Santo Domingo today reported possibilities for agricultural settlement in their countries to the International Labor Office conference of experts from 15 nations to promote colonization in Latin America. The Venezuelan representative said that an area of more than 30,000 square kilometers, suitable for settlement of Europeans, was available. The Dominican delegate… More ▸

  • Venezuela Eases Financial Entry Requirements

    THE GOVERNMENT OF VENEZUELA HAS CUT IMMIGRANT ENTRY DEPOSITS FROM 1,000 TO 500 BOLIVARS (ABOUT $125), IT WAS ANNOUNCED HERE TODAY BY THE HILFSVEREIN, CENTRAL RELIEF ORGANIZATION FOR JEWS IN GERMANY. THE CONCESSION IS HELD IMPORTANT FOR GERMAN JEWS SINCE VENEZUELA IS REPRESENTED AS OFFERING GOOD POSSIBILITIES FOR ARTISANS AND AGRICULTURALISTS WITH SMALL CAPITAL. IMMIGRATION… More ▸

  • Jew Appointed Venezuela Consul General in Canada

    (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) Max Aiken, a Toronto lawyer, was appointed Consul General for Venezuela in Canada. The appointment was made by the President of Venezuela. Mr. Aiken has been Acting Consul for the past year. More ▸