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Refugees and the End of Empire
(Oxford University Press, 2017-08)
The major Empires that collapsed during the twentieth century produced successor states which developed new forms of exclusivist nationalist ideologies which identified, and often expelled, sectors of their populations ...
Refugees and the end of empire : imperial collapse and forced migration in the twentieth century
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)
Fish and chips: a history.
(Reaktion Books, 2014)
Histories and memories: migrants and their history in Britain
(I.B. Tauris, 2006)
'Barbed Wire Disease’ or a ‘Prison Camp Society’: The Everyday Lives of German Internees on the Isle of Man, 1914-1919
During the First World War hundreds of thousands of civilians spent years behind barbed wire throughout the world. London formed the centre of the global internment system which meant the incarceration of enemy aliens in ...
Arriving in style.
(BBC Worldwide, 2010)
The Uniquness of London
While, superficially, London may seem just another destination for migrants, it has a series of unique characteristics, which my proposed essay will outline. First, its long history of immigration, due to the duration of ...
Weimar and Nazi Germany: continuities and discontinuities