Jewish immigration to Palestine in the long 1920s: An exploratory examination

@article{Metzer2008JewishIT,
  title={Jewish immigration to Palestine in the long 1920s: An exploratory examination},
  author={J. Metzer},
  journal={Journal of Israeli History},
  year={2008},
  volume={27},
  pages={221 - 251}
}
  • J. Metzer
  • Published 2008
  • History
  • Journal of Israeli History
This article aims at filling some gaps in the existing knowledge regarding the quantitative dimensions of Jewish immigration to Mandatory Palestine, particularly during the first decade of British rule. It does so by providing an explorative analysis of the immigration in the long 1920s (1919–32), which is based on a newly constructed micro data set containing rich details of about 45,000 individuals (making up more than 40% of all the registered immigrants in those years). In dwelling on the… Expand
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