Persecuting the Refugee

August 1941
New Republic;8/18/41, Vol. 105 Issue 7, p208
Focuses on actions of the Visa Division of the State Department of the U.S. Rise in bars, making it almost impossible for political refugees to get out of Europe; Obstacle related to the grant of visa to a refugee from German-occupied territory; Demand of proof by the Department that the refugee can get an exit permit and a transit visa before it will give an American visa.


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