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Points of Passage

Jewish Migrants from Eastern Europe in Scandinavia, Germany, and Britain 1880-1914
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ISBN-13:
9781782380306
Einband:
Web PDF
Seiten:
186
Autor:
Tobias Brinkmann
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Web PDF
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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Between 1880 and 1914 several million Eastern Europeans migrated West. Much is known about the immigration experience of Jews, Poles, Greeks, and others, notably in the United States. Yet, little is known about the paths of mass migration across “green borders” via European railway stations and ports to destinations in other continents. Ellis Island, literally a point of passage into America, has a much higher symbolic significance than the often inconspicuous departure stations, makeshift facilities for migrant masses at European railway stations and port cities, and former control posts along borders that were redrawn several times during the twentieth century. This volume focuses on the journeys of Jews from Eastern Europe through Germany, Britain, and Scandinavia between 1880 and 1914. The authors investigate various aspects of transmigration including medical controls, travel conditions, and the role of the steamship lines; and also review the rise of migration restrictions around the globe in the decades before 1914.

List of Figures and Tables
Acknowledgements
List of Contributors

Points of Passage: Reexamining Jewish Migrations from Eastern Europe after 1880
Tobias Brinkmann


Part I: Medicalization of Borders


Chapter 1. “[G]erms of anarchy, crime, disease and degeneracy”: Jewish Migration to the United States and the Medicalization of European Borders around 1900
Barbara Lüthi


Part II: Transit through Scandinavia, Germany, and Britain


Chapter 2. Immigrants or Transmigrants? Eastern European Jews in Sweden, 1860–1914
Carl Henrik Carlsson


Chapter 3. Emigrant Trains: Jewish Migration through Prussia and American “Remote Control,” 1880-1914
Nicole Kvale Eilers


Chapter 4. Transmigrants between Legal Restrictions and Private Charity: The Jews’ Temporary Shelter in London, 1885-1939
Klaus Weber


Part III: Atlantic Passages


Chapter 5. The Improvement of Travel Conditions for Migrants Crossing the North Atlantic, 1900-1914
Drew Keeling


Chapter 6. Russian-Jewish Transmigration and Scandinavian Shipping Companies: The Case of DFDS and the Atlantic Rate War of 1904-05
Per Kristian Sebak


Chapter 7. The Boys and Girls Not from Brazil: From Russia to Rio and Back Again Via Southampton and Hamburg, 1878-1880
Tony Kushner


Bibliography