London Immigration Term Paper by RightRiters

London Immigration
This paper discusses London immigration from the 17th Century to the formation of the European Union.
# 22817 | 2,965 words | 14 sources | APA | 2002 | US
Published on Mar 28, 2003 in Ethnic Studies (European) , History (British) , Hot Topics (Immigration)

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This paper describes the immigration of many people from all over the world who now call London home. This paper focuses on how the city has developed and changed through its history of immigration. The paper states the EU will have an effect on immigration into London.

Table of Contents
Immigration and London
17th and 18th Centuries
19th and 20th Centuries
London's Social History
The European Union and its Effect on Immigration

From the Paper:

"Jews from other areas also began immigrating in large numbers between 1870 and 1914. It is estimated 120,000 Jews migrated to Great Britain during this time, and most of them settled in London. Most of them came from Austro-Hungary and Russia, and most of them left their countries because "economic modernization or government policies had deprived them of their customary ways of making a living. The 'pull' factor also was the same: the largest cities in the two English speaking nations offered opportunity and safety" (Berrol, 1994, p. xi). Those with the least amount of funds headed for London, while those with more resources usually traveled to the United States."

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