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The Right to Asylum: Britain’s 1905 Aliens Act and the Evolution of Refugee Law- Alison Bashford and Jane McAdam
From the 1880s, states and self-governing colonies in America, Australasia and South Africa began to introduce laws to regulate entry of ‘undesirable immigrants’, and Britain followed this trend with the 1905 Aliens Act. The 1905 Aliens Act was pa (More)
John Stewart, “Angels or aliens? Refugee Nurses in Britain, 1938 to 1942”.
John Stewart’s “Angels or aliens? Refugee Nurses in Britain, 1938 to 1942” analyses the topic of refugee nurses in Britain during the late 1930s until the early 1940s, examining experiences of the nurses as well as the policies that affected them. He (More)
D. Laqua, 'Belgian exiles, the British and the Great War: The Birtley Belgians of Elisabethville'
Laqua’s article, Belgian exiles, the British and the Great War: The Birtley Belgians of Elisabethville, is a good article for understanding Belgian and English relations during the First World War. The article’s central focus is the Belgian colony of (More)
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