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Dr Milan Radovanović
Beograd, Republika Srbija

 

MIGRATION SPAWNING MIGRATION – ON CONTINUITY IN JEWISH EMIGRATION FROM YUGOSLAVIA TO PALESTINE/ISRAEL

God. XXXVIII, 2/2020, str. 187–202
https://doi.org/10.29362/ist20veka.2020.2.rad.187-202

 

APSTRAKT/REZIME:

The Yugoslav participation in the Jewish emigration to Mandatory Palestine and, after 1948, to Israel, can be defined as a process consisting of six stages. When the migration is observed on the level of socio-political circumstances, the discontinuity between these stages is apparent. However, the same discontinuity is not to be found when the process is deconstructed down to and examined on the level of families and individuals involved in it. The aspiration of individuals to join members of their families already in Palestine, especially after the tragic losses suffered in the Holocaust, has persevered as one of the key motives driving emigration from Yugoslavia. This paper examines the way in which family ties continuously drove emigration to Mandatory Palestine/Israel and pulled its individual stages into an integral whole. It is primarily based on documents kept at the Archives of the Jewish Historical Museum in Belgrade.

 

KLJUČNE REČI: Migration, Yugoslavia, Israel, Jews, Continuity

 

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