"The papers contained in this book are well-researched and well-presented. [...] The circular and network approaches used to indeed enhance our understanding of transfer from Germany to Britain."Christoph Heyl in: Angermion 1/2008Vom Verlag:
From the seventeenth until the twentieth century, Germans formed a prominent immigrant group in Great Britain. Their number included many occupations, and many occupied positions of significance. This volume brings together the most recent research on the subject, and places it firmly in the context of migration and transnational studies. It focuses on the significance of migration to cultural transfer, and highlights the contribution of Germans to the course of British history.
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