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Caribbean people began arriving in Britain as early as the 17th century, very quickly after there are many colonies in the region.
Many arrived as slaves. They were joined in time by other Black people; African traders, freed slaves  , who lived in the major cities and seaports, particularly London and Bristol.

-The Second World War brought large numbers of Caribbeans to Britain, mostly as members of the armed forces or as nurses. Caribbeans didnĀ“t have problems with working in the factories and hospitals in Britain.

For Caribbean children who arrived in the wave of Post-War migration, Britain presented huge differences to their previous lives. Growing up in the Caribbean, an area of the world characterised by freedom and a beautifull landscape, could be hard.

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Author: Claruschiii
Main topic: Englisch
Topic: immigration
Published: 16.03.2010




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