Working A scholarly survey for the year 1926 found that 17, 217 Russian emigres were working in Paris and of that number 4, 198 were women. ... In the prosperous twenties there were 3, 000 Russian taxi drivers in Paris, and they could clear 100 francs ($4) per day. ... French authorities provided space for workshops, and Renault donated their vehicle factory manuals. ... have been comfortable.18 The typical emigre defined himself in aquot;LITTLE RUSSIASaquot; IN PARIS AND NEW YORK 49.
|Title||:||Russian Refugees in France and the United States Between the World Wars|
|Author||:||James E. Hassell|
|Publisher||:||American Philosophical Society - 1991|