Further to your reference to "The Pianist", I worked for many years in the early eighties for an older Dutch Jewish man, whose family had owned a hat factory in Holland pre WW2. They saw what was coming and started to try to sell the factory but it took much longer than anticipated since so many people were selling companies. Finally the factory was sold for an reasonable amount based on lowered expectations and all assets were given to my boss as a young man to smuggle out of the country and start a new business in Lima, Peru. His job was to get situated as soon as possible so that all the other relatives could begin traveling to Lima in small groups and have a place to stay and begin a new life. His young wife followed him to Lima shortly after he arrived but, unfortunately, he never saw any of his other relatives again.
Saturday, October 19, 2013
You Have To Prepare and Act Very Early
Pulled from the comments to the post, Just How Nefarious Are the New Wire Transfer Restrictions at Chase Bank?:
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