The Age of Migration: International Population Movements in the Modern World
Provides a global perspective, showing the nature of migration movements in many countries of the world, and why they take place. The book goes on to analyze the effects on countries as different as Britain and the USA, Australia and Germany, Canada and France.
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of Ethnic Minorities
International Migration before 1945
Migration to Highlydeveloped Countries
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