República de Venezuela
  • John Paxton
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


Venezuela formed part of the Spanish colony of New Granada until 1821 when it became independent in union with Colombia. A separate, independent republic was formed in 1830.


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Further Reading

  1. Statistical Information: The following are some of the principal publications:Google Scholar
  2. Dirección General de Estadística, Ministerio de Fomento, Boletin Mensual de Estadistica.AnuarioEstadístico de Venezuela. Caracas, Annual Banco Central, Memoria Annual and Boletin Mensual Ministerio de Sanidad y Asistencia Social, Direcciön de Salud Pública, Anuario de Epidemiología y Asistencia Social Google Scholar
  3. Bigler, G. E., Politics and State Capitalism in Venezuela. Madrid, 1981Google Scholar
  4. Braveboy-Wagner, J. A., The Venezuela-Guyana Border Dispute: Britain’s Colonial Legacy in Latin America. Boulder and Epping, 1984Google Scholar
  5. Buitrón, A., Causas y Efectos del Exodo Rural en Venezuela.—Efectos Económicos y Sociales de las Inmigraciones en Venezuela.—Las Inmigraciones en Venezuela. Pan American Union, Washington, D.C., 1956Google Scholar
  6. Ewell, J., Venezuela: A Century of Change. London, 1984Google Scholar
  7. Lombard, J., Venezuelan History: A Comprehensive Working Bibliography. Boston, 1977.— Venezuela: The Search for Order, the Dream of Progress. OUP, 1982Google Scholar
  8. Martz, J. D. and Myers, D.J., Venezuela: The Democratic Experience. New York, 1986Google Scholar

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