‘The Sunshine of Manly Sports and Pastimes’: Sport and the Integration of Jewish Refugees in Britain, 1895–1914

@article{Dee2012TheSO,
  title={‘The Sunshine of Manly Sports and Pastimes’: Sport and the Integration of Jewish Refugees in Britain, 1895–1914},
  author={D. Dee},
  journal={Immigrants & Minorities},
  year={2012},
  volume={30},
  pages={318 - 342}
}
  • D. Dee
  • Published 2012
  • History
  • Immigrants & Minorities
  • In the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, Jewish refugees arriving in Great Britain were exposed to an ‘anglicisation’ campaign designed to aid their integration into British society and their assimilation of British character traits and cultural values. Within this campaign, especially the element focusing on the children of the migrants, interest and participation in sport was consciously ‘transferred’ through the medium of youth and sporting organisations in order to help in their… CONTINUE READING
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