Jewish Immigrants

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Uruguayan Jews - History
... Spanish Inquisition was not a significant force in the territory, and the first recorded Jewish settlement there was in the 1770s ... Significant Jewish immigration began in the late 19th century, when Jews from neighboring Brazil and Argentina wandered into the area and settled there ... The largest Jewish population was in Montevideo, which had 150 Jews in 1909 ...
Iraqi American - Religion - Iraqi Jews
... Jewish residents from Iraq began to emigrate to the American Continent at the turn of the twentieth century ... The first known Iraqi Jewish immigrants to the United States arrived between the years 1900 - 1905 ... World War I (1914–1918), brought more Jewish immigrants from Iraq, in addition to the already existent Iraqi Jewish communities in the United States ...
White Paper Of 1939 - Content
... Jews having now settled in the mandate, the Balfour Declaration about "a national home for the Jewish people" had been met and called for an independent Palestine ... that it is not part of their policy that Palestine should become a Jewish State ... Arab population of Palestine should be made the subjects of a Jewish State against their will." 'The objective of His Majesty's Government is the establishment within 10 years of an independent Palestine State in ...
Henry Cohen (rabbi) - History in Galveston
... He worked to ease relations between German Jews and new Jewish immigrants from eastern Europe, who had different cultural values ... Ten thousand Jewish immigrants passed through Galveston during this era, approximately one-third the number who migrated to Palestine during the same period ... Cohen personally petitioned President William Howard Taft for an immigrant ...
Ethnic Succession Theory - Historical Examples - East End of London
... seen a succession of poor migrants from rural areas, as well as immigrant populations, who for centuries arrived as refugees from warfare on the Continent ... in the 17th century, the East End also had Sephardic Jewish immigrants, it was not until the concentration of 19th-century Ashkenazy Jewish immigration from ... By the 1870s, thousands of unskilled Jewish immigrants were garment workers in sweatshops ...

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