The Jewish German Migration and Settlement

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History

 

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Edward M

 

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July 24, 2012

 

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University

 

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In some places Jews were not even allowed to marry. In 1828 an emancipation bill further confirmed the society's opposition towards Jewish legal and social rights. Since Jews were not permitted to farm or to apprentice (learn a trade), they obtained experience in money lending and acting as middlemen and artisans...
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Although able to participate in these positions, overpopulation further provoked the extreme poverty. These Jews did not feel that Germany was their home; they felt like outsiders and hoped for religious, economic and political freedom, a freedom that was available only in America. Nearly 20% of the German Jewish population immigrated to America increasing the American Jewish population from 5,000 to about 250,000 by the mid 20th century...
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