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Author: Laura Robson

petitions to the League submitting their political claims in the language of Western diplomacy: The East African dependencies, for instance, notably Kenya and Nyasaland, are faced with circumstances that are not dissimilar. There also is the problem of a white immigration, for whose welfare the state must

In: Journal of Migration History

Zimbabwean Asians identify Asian groupings they can establish intimate interactions with. Bhavesh emphasised the importance of past experiences by highlighting how a significant number of post-millennium Zimbabwean Asians found it difficult to establish close relations with Asians from East Africa. 80

In: Journal of Migration History
Author: Matteo Pretelli

in Africa. 46 After the proclamation of the empire, the regime aimed to instil an imperial consciousness in the Italian population and, in the late 1930s, set up projects of colonisation through the mobility of Italian families to Libya and East Africa. According to the the Secretary of the fascist

In: Journal of Migration History
Author: Hyland Steven

War’, The Journal of Military History 64:2 (2000) 371–410; Daniel Rouven Steinbach, ‘Defending the Heimat . The Germans in south-west Africa and east Africa during the First World War’, in: Heather Jones, Jennifer O’Brien and Christoph Schmidt-Supprian (eds.), Untold war. New perspectives in First

In: Journal of Migration History
Author: Sarah Heynssens

are used to refer to displaced children and their parents. 16 The territory of Ruanda-Urundi was confided to Belgium as a League of Nations Mandate after Belgian and Congolese troops had successfully defeated the Germans in Tabora (German East Africa, current Tanzania) during the Great War

In: Journal of Migration History
Author: Timo Särkkä

outbreak of the First World War. Eriksson joined the British South African Police in 1915 and served as a Captain on the German East African front until his discharge from service four years later. In 1923 Eriksson bought a farm called Judsonia in Insiza, near Bulawayo, which remained his home until his

In: Journal of Migration History
Author: Dirk Hoerder

Watching God (1937) provides an account of Haitians’ beliefs. She was forgotten until Alice Walker rediscovered her work in 1975. 82 Melville Jean Herskovits ( ba University of Chicago), the only student of Boas to concentrate on Africa, 83 researched social relations and power hierarchies among East

In: Journal of Migration History

India, whose collapse around 500 was accelerated by invasions of the “Hunas”. 32 In the west, the Sasanian Empire was competing with the Roman Empire across the Afro-Eurasian transition zone from the Caucasus via the Middle East to South Arabia and East Africa, also through proxy wars between

In: Migration Histories of the Medieval Afroeurasian Transition Zone

sites (diamonds) mentioned in the papers of the volume map: j . preiser - kapeller , 2019 Map 15.5 East Africa and Arabia: cities (circles) and archaeological sites (diamonds) mentioned in the papers of the volume map: j . preiser - kapeller , 2019 Map 15

In: Migration Histories of the Medieval Afroeurasian Transition Zone
Author: Demelza Jones

capital (50,807) is found in the East Midlands city of Leicester, which became an important destination for East African Asians who arrived in the UK in the late 1960s and early 1970s ( ONS 2012). Outside of England, in the UK’s less populous nations, there are 16,379 Hindus in Scotland (0.4% of the

In: Handbook of Hinduism in Europe (2 vols)