By Gisela Holfter,Horst Dickel
The monograph offers the 1st entire, particular account of German-speaking refugees in eire 1933-1945 - the place they got here from, immigration coverage in the direction of them and the way their lives became out in eire and afterwards. due to exceptional entry to hundreds of thousands of documents of the Irish division of Justice (all nonetheless formally closed) in addition to wide archive examine in eire, Germany, England, Austria in addition to the USA and diverse interviews it really is attainable for the 1st time to offer a virtually entire evaluate of the way many of us got here, how they contributed to eire, how this matches in with the heritage of migration to eire and what may be realized from it.
While Exile experiences are a well-developed learn sector and feature benefited from the paintings of analysis centres and records in Germany, Austria, nice Britain and the us (Frankfurt/M, Leipzig, Hamburg, Berlin, Innsbruck, Graz, Vienna, London and SUNY Albany and the Leo Baeck Institutes), eire used to be lengthy ignored during this regard. rather than the standard narrative of "no one was once permit in" or "only a handful got here to eire" the authors pointed out greater than three hundred refugees via interviews and in depth study in Irish, German and Austrian documents. German-speaking exiles have been the 1st major staff of immigrants that got here to the younger Irish loose kingdom from 1933 onwards and so they had a substantial effect on educational, commercial and non secular advancements in Ireland.
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An Irish Sanctuary: German-speaking Refugees in Ireland 1933–1945 by Gisela Holfter,Horst Dickel