RT Book, Whole DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 473949863 LA English T1 Refugees in an age of genocide : global, national and local perspectives during the Twentieth century. A1 Kushner, Tony., Knox, Katharina., PB Frank Cass PP London YR 1999 SN 0714643416 9780714643410 AB Foreword by; Sir Herman Ouseley, Commission for Racial Equality. INTRODUCTION: Refugees, Place and Memory. World history, local studies and the refugee. Localities and the refugees. International change and the "refugee crisis". Defining refugees and common trends in twentieth-century movements. PART 1: THE CLOSING OF ASYLUM, 1900-1932. 1. Refugees in the age of Mass Immigration: From the Late Nineteenth. Century to the First World War. The origins of the Jewish refugee movement. The growth of anti-alienism in Britain and beyond. Refugees and local society. 2. Refugees and the First World War. Anti-alienism in the First World War. The arrival of Belgian refugee's. The local impact of Belgian refugees. The memory and significance of the Belgian refugees. 3. Triumphant Anti-Alienism: The Absence of Asylum, 1919-1932. The absence of Armenian refugees in Britain. The background to Atlantic Park Hostel. The establishment of Atlantic Park Hostel in the context of international. Atlantic Park and British Jewishpolitics. Life in Atlantic Park. Hostel and the local impact. PART 2: THE FASCIST ERA, 1933-1945. 4. Refugees from the Spanish Civil War. The rise of fascism and the Spanish Civil War. Support for the Republicans and assistance to the refugees. The arrival of the children and life in the camps. Responses to the refugees. The legacy of the Basque refugees. 5. Refugees from Nazism, 1933-1939. Introduction: The meaning of asylum during the 1930s. Patterns of refugee movement, 1933-1937. The Anschluss and Austrian Jewry. Local responses in Britain to the Jewish plight. The Refugee Children's Movement. Domestic service and nursing. Conclusion: Place and identity. 6. Refugees, the Second World War and the Holocaust. War, internment and after. War refugees and local memory. The Holocaust and local place. The end of mass rescue. The destruction of Polish Jewry. Local knowledge of the "Final Solution". The final stages of the Holocaust. Survivors and the local world. PART 3: REFUGEES FROM THE COLD WAR. 7. Polish Refugees: Assistance to Wartime Heroes. The Polish background and settlement in Britain. The transition to life in Britain. Life in the camps and employment in Britain. Local and national responses to the Poles. The aftermath of the Polish settlement. 8. Refugees from Hungary: Anti-Communist Fervour Takes Hold. The Hungarian refugee movement. Responses to the Hungarian refugees. Hampshire and the refugees. PART 4: GOVERNMENT ENFORCED DISPERSAL DURING THE 1970s AND 1980s. 9. Ugandan Asian Exiles: The Colonial Connection. The background to the Ugandan Asian crisis. Responses to the Ugandan Asian refugees. 10. Refugees from Chile: A Gesture of International Solidarity. The settlement of Chilean refugees. British reception of the Chileans. The Chileans' experience of settlement. 11. Refugees from Indo-China: A Media-Driven Resettlement Scheme?. The flight from persecution. The lives of Vietnamese refugees in Britain. The reception camps and beyond. Popular responses to the Vietnamese. PART 5: WORLD ASYLUM SEEKERS AT THE END OF THE CENTURY: CLOSING THE DOORS. 12. The Kurds: A Moment of Humanity in an Era of Restriction?. Responding to the Kurdish refugees at a local level. 13. Refugees from Former Vugoslavia: The Last "Programme" Refugees?. The collapse of Yugoslavia. British responses to the crisis. The former Yugoslavs in Britain. 14. Refugees from the Former Zaire: The Context of Colour. The Zairean refugee movement. The use of detention and the assault on asylum. Responses to Zaireans in Britain. Local responses and Zairean refugees in Hampshire. Conclusion: The future of asylum. CONCLUSION: Asylum, Refugees and "Home". The nature of asylum.