Pearce, Edward
November 2000
History Today;Nov2000, Vol. 50 Issue 11, p16
Looks at the reception of Russian Jews seeking asylum in Great Britain in the 1900s. Restrictions placed on immigration in Britain to block the entry of Russian Jews; Names of the politically-motivated men involved in preventing Russian Jews from immigrating to Britain; Aliens Act of 1905.


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