LA INMIGRACION JAPONESA EN VENEZUELA. 1928-2008
Molina Medina, Norbert.
Merida: Universidad de los Andes, 2012. 1st ed. 43 p., photos, wrps. New Staplebound Wraps 978-980-11-1420-8 On the waves of Japanese immigrants who, in the 20th century, settled in Venezuela and established thriing communities despite racism and a world war in which they were classified as antagonists and enemies (Item ID: 161749)