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Insufficient housing, unsafe working conditions and accidents, unsanitary boomtowns, high cost of living and low wages, were all sources of tension. Inthere were recorded accidents at Lago Petroleum Corporation which caused a loss of workdays. Crewmembers aboard oil vessels were also unionized. However, workers' salaries at this time were estimated at only Though Lopez had re-imposed censorship in February , one newspaper, Petroleo, whose editors were subsequently jailed for allegedly defacing the president, denounced one Gulf foreman for his "despotic" behavior towards subordinates.
The surly conduct of oil company men would not be reined in, however, because the state authorities were rough handling the workers themselves. Following the death of Gomez, "Oil workers in the Maracaibo Basin initiated a strike that shook Venezuelan society to its foundations. Exports of crude oil dropped by nearly half during the strike, and practically all exploration and drilling operations ground to a halt. Suddenly, their position had become more vulnerable; it seemed that now the companies might have a more difficult time in always getting their way. The political environment within the country had become increasingly more volatile and hostile towards foreign interests.
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Indeed, when the President of the State of Zulia asked the government for an additional two hundred men to deal with the situation during the strike, Colonel Medina was reported to have favored sending six hundred instead. Colonel Medina's intervention raised the total number of troops in the oil fields to at least one thousand. Colonel Medina, interestingly, was at odds with other members of the government who were adverse to making a show of troops in the oil district. In a small concession, the government ordered a tiny raise in wages for the poorest paid oil workers. In Januarythe workers interpreted the end result of their titanic effort as a failure.
They could not unite with their industrial counterparts in the cities until the s because a politically significant working class in manufacturing simply did not exist before that time. Interestingly enough, when the League of Nations requested information about oil contamination in the twilight of the Gomez dictatorship, Lopez himself ordered the armed forces to conduct a review of environmental conditions in Lake Maracaibo. Inhe remarked that the waters around Lagunillas, a town built on stilts in Lake Maracaibo, were completely polluted and mixed with human waste. The wooden houses were covered in oil. The official added that the population of Lagunillas, approximately 1, "lives in decrepit buildings, some of which are on stilts in the waters of the lake, others behind a wooden dyke ten feet or more in height, flimsy houses, disease, and lack of sanitation or protection from the heat have contributed to the reputation of Lagunillas as a breeding spot for petty crimes, radicalism and attacks on the oil companies.
In the residents of Lagunillas suffered when a fire damaged the town. According to the US Charge d'Affaires, the fire was caused by an accidental explosion of a gasoline or kerosene lamp in a bar room located on the main boardwalk of the town. The bridge connecting to land was burnt down at the outset, and a large portion of the inhabitants were cut off from shore. Since the walled dike prevented inhabitants from swimming to shore, most of these residents were rescued in boats. Some however drowned or burned to death. Some thirty corpses were later found. The state president reported that 1, houses had been destroyed, and more than 4 million Bolivares in damages sustained.
In its account, the oil magazine did not seek to address the causes of the fire, preferring instead to dwell on measures which Lago Petroleum Corporation had taken to extinguish the fire, to provide financial assistance for displaced residents and to improve the sewer system and other infrastructure within the new settlement of Ciudad Ojeda. Politically, Lopez could not afford to be perceived as too closely allied with foreign interests. Of key concern to the regime was a rising nationalist middle class, which outnumbered a slowly growing working class, and which rose from 37 percent to 54 percent of the nonagricultural workforce between and Following the fall of the Gomez regime, Venezuela saw the emergence of diverse political groupings such as the National Democratic Party, known by its Spanish acronym PDN and founded inwhich grouped together Communists as well as future nationalist figures on the left such as Romulo Betancourt.
The PDN, which would later reorganize as the political party Accion Democratica in and urge tighter controls over the oil industry, took a strong stand against Lopez and as a result was soon operating in secret. Though Lopez' chief base of support came from the army, and the president himself was under considerable pressure from military and business sectors who longed for the iron fist of the earlier Gomez regime in dealing with communists in Venezuela, Lopez could not ignore his critics on the left who represented a growing force within the country.
Accordingly, under the new Development Minister, Nestor Luis Perez, Venezuela passed a petroleum law in which provided for greater government control and monitoring of the oil industry, as well as greater revenues for the government. They simply ignored the new legislation. Such a draconian position smacked of Gomez tyranny and also put Lopez at odds with growing international revulsion of fascist authoritarianism after A refinery owned by Royal Dutch Shell located on the island of Aruba, which processed Maracaibo crude, was strategically important as it supplied products not only to Britain, but also to France, "and the operation is practically dependant on the continuous movement of the small British tankers out of Lake Maracaibo.
Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels urged German diplomats to organize German nationals living in Latin America into local National Socialist parties to promote the ideas of the fuhrer and devotion to the Nazi fatherland. The Nazis encountered an obstacle in the Catholic church, which derided the "neo-pagan" characteristics of the Nazi movement.
Adding to the difficulties, Venezuela received its international news from non-German sources, mainly Losadx American-based wire services. Venezuelans routinely read unflattering accounts of Adolf Hitler's rise to power and the Nazi state's persecution Escotts Jews. Furthermore, Venezuela's Germans, who numbered between two thousand and three thousand, had assimilated into Venezuelan culture and did not adopt National Socialism's racial policies. In fact, a Venezuelan Nazi party had existed sincebut as late as it had only eighty-six members. Making one of its first surveys of foreign influence in Februarythe US legation in Caracas reported that it knew of no Nazi subversives.
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There was a prolonged drought during the mid s that lead to the death of many Pueblo People. The Spanish felt it was important to bring Christianity to the Pueblos The Pueblo people seemed ready to adapt to the new religion, but they indented to keep the religion of their own ancestors. Their religion was tied to the land, a land that was difficult to survive. For generations the Pueblo People used their religion to find a balance and harmony with their environment. Now it seemed that the balance at been upset, and the Pueblo People revolted against their Spanish rulers who had tried to eradicate the Pueblo Religion.
Bythe Spanish again controlled the lands along the Rio Grande. There was no more encomiendas, no more destruction of pueblo religion, and no more wars between the Pueblos and Spanish. Instead there was a great amount of cultural sharing. There were poor settlers who came to work the land, much as the Pueblo Peoples had done for centuries.