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Explain why people emigrated to Britain in the 20th century.

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coursework assignment 2: Multi-cultral Britain The aim of my essay is to explain why people emigrated to Britain in the 20th century. Differnt groups of people came to Britain in the 20th century. People came to Britain from other parts of the world because both push and pull factors. The push reasons are those things which force them to leave the country they are living in, to emigrate. Pull reasons are those which attract those people to a particular country, to imigrate. During the 20th Century, the Russian Jewish, Ugandan Asian and Caribbean minorities were of the many who had undertaken immigration and emigration to Britain. Along side these particular minorities, there were also Polish Pilots whom had joined the RAF. The Russian jews reason for emigration was for those push reasons.Several laws were passed governing the lives of Russian jews.These rules expelled them from their homes and jobs. ...read more.

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People were given so little time that they had to leave alomost everything behind.There houses and work places were being knocked down.The british goverment airlifted the 29,000 Asians to Britain and set up the resettlement Board and sent the refugees to tempory camps.However many Asians went on to be high-fliers, and now the most successful British businesspeople.This shows that the Ugandans Asians were pushed out thier country.The british goverment airlifted the 29,000 Asians to Britain and set up the resettlement Board and sent the refugees to tempory camps.However many Asians went on to be high-fliers, and now the most successful British businesspeople.This shows that the Ugandans Asians were pushed out thier country. Sources shows us that some people emigrated just for a sense of adventure. Some sources show what pulled people to come to Britian. ...read more.

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The government supported the pogroms as a means of punishing the Jews for their participation in a revolutionary movement. The severest pogroms occurred in 1905, with the collaboration of the government. Over 300 Jews were killed and thousands of families injured. Among the victims were 50 members of the Jewish self - defense movement, a group which had previously deterred other attempted pogroms. Ugandans and the Uganda government are kind of relieved. But on the other hand, we do sympathize with the family Edith Ssempala, Ugandan ambassador to United States He ordered the persecution of several Ugandan tribal groups and kicked all Asians out of the country in 1972, an ... and in 1972 he ordered all Asians with british passports to leave the country within 90 days. The british goverment airlifted the 29,000 Asians to Britain and set up the resettlement Board and sent the refugees to tempory camps.However many Asians went on to be high-fliers, and now the most successful British businesspeople.This shows that the Ugandans Asians were pushed out thier country. ...read more.

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