By Gur Alroey
From the start of the 20th century until eventually the 1st global conflict, approximately 35,000 Jews reached Palestine. due to this distinction in scale and thanks to where the land of Israel possesses in Jewish notion, historians and social scientists have tended to use assorted standards to immigration, stressing the individuality of Jewish immigration to Palestine and the significance of the Zionist ideology as a important consider that immigration. This e-book questions this assumption, and provides a extra advanced photo either one of the reasons of immigration to Palestine and of the mass of immigrants who reached the port of Jaffa within the years 1904–1914.
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