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EUST 249.00 The European Union from Constitution to Crisis

Paul Petzschmann - Winter 2020

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Events:

  • World War, 1914-1918

  • World War, 1939-1945

Country names:

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  • Ireland Republic of Ireland and the island of the British Isles called Ireland

  • British IslesThe non-jurisdictional island group comprising the islands of Great Britain, Ireland, and smaller adjacent islands 

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  • Immigrants = foreign-born persons who enter a country intending to become permanent residents or citizens

  • Internal migrantspersons who change their place of residence from one locality to another within the borders of a single country 

  • Emigrants from a particular place = add nationality of origin of the emigrant group and the place to which they have immigrated, e.g. Chinese--United States; Americans--Foreign countries
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