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Migration in Germany

Presentation was made by the German students in the Erasmus meeting in Sibiu 2017

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Migration in Germany

  1. 1. Immigrants of Germany 1918 - 1990
  2. 2. Where did the immigrants come from? Immigration after World War I  Because of the civil war in Russia  Because of the treaty of Versaille Immigration during National Socialism  Because of callbacks  Because of the anger of many people in other countries against people with German roots Immigration in the time of reconstruction  to work and earn money  People who had left Germany before WW II came back Immigration before Reunification  Families of the guest workers  Jewish people from Russia who had fled before WW II
  3. 3. Immigration after World War I  Because of the contracts of World War I many people had to go to other countries in Europe  Berlin was the center for Russian immigrants  But there were only a few immigrants who were looking for work in Germany 1918 - 1932 1933 - 1945 1950 – 1975 1975 – 1990
  4. 4. Immigration during the time of National Socialism callback of all people with German roots living in foreign countries people who lived in the new regions of Germany were forced to work biggest immigration movement in history: all people with German roots came back to Germany 1918 - 1932 1933 - 1949 1950 – 1975 1975 – 1990
  5. 5. Immigration during the time of reconstruction  1950: guest workers came to Germany because there weren‘t enough people to do all the work  but there wasn‘t any integration programme  most of these immigrants went back to their home countries in 1973  people who had left Germany because of WW II came back 1918 - 1932 1933 - 1949 1950 – 1975 1975 – 1990
  6. 6. Immigration between East and West Germany  Before the famous wall between East and West Germany was built many people fled from the Russian rule  Many people also left their home because they had family in the other part of Germany  There were also people who fled to have better chances to find work and to get a better education. 1918 - 1932 1933 - 1949 1950 – 1975 1975 – 1990
  7. 7. Immigration in East Germany  1950 East-Germany invited students from North Vietnam  1979 War in Vietnam, for that reason many people came per ship  After 1986 people were invited from whole Vietnam  About 100.000 people of Vietnam came to East-Germany 1918 - 1932 1933 - 1949 1950 – 1975 1975 – 1990
  8. 8. Immigration before the reunification  those guest workers who had stayed in Germany fetched their families from their home countries  today these families still live in Germany but they never were part of an integration programme.  Jewish people from the Soviet Union came back to Germany 1918 - 1932 1933 - 1949 1950 – 1975 1975 – 1990
  9. 9. Thank you for your attention! Source: wikipedia.de, soziales.sachsen.de, bundesregierung.de, bpb.de, interkart.de, ezion.com

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