The Venetzueler Vochnblat (in Yiddish ווענעזועלער וואכנבלאט; in Spanish Semanario Venezolano, Venezuelan Weekly) was a newspaper founded by Abraham Stempel (who years later founded Prensa Israelita) in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1959. It was a tri-lingual paper, being published in Yiddish, Hebrew and Spanish. Originally it was published weekly but two years after its beginning was changed into a monthly newspaper, until 1964 when it was closed.

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  • The Venetzueler Vochnblat (in Yiddish ווענעזועלער וואכנבלאט; in Spanish Semanario Venezolano, Venezuelan Weekly) was a newspaper founded by Abraham Stempel (who years later founded Prensa Israelita) in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1959. It was a tri-lingual paper, being published in Yiddish, Hebrew and Spanish. Originally it was published weekly but two years after its beginning was changed into a monthly newspaper, until 1964 when it was closed. (en)
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  • The Venetzueler Vochnblat (in Yiddish ווענעזועלער וואכנבלאט; in Spanish Semanario Venezolano, Venezuelan Weekly) was a newspaper founded by Abraham Stempel (who years later founded Prensa Israelita) in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1959. It was a tri-lingual paper, being published in Yiddish, Hebrew and Spanish. Originally it was published weekly but two years after its beginning was changed into a monthly newspaper, until 1964 when it was closed. (en)
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  • Venetzueler Vochnblat (en)
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