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The waves of Jewish immigration at various times in history

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  1. The nineteenth century
  2. The twentieth century
  3. Zionism
  4. Hitler's regime
  5. Jews in Russia

Jews had begun arriving in the New World long before the immigration waves of the twentieth century. As early as the 1700s, before America became the United States, before it became known as a haven for the tired, poor and oppressed, European Jews fled religious persecution to find solace here. They settled in cosmopolitan port cities - like that of New York - where all kinds of people from diverse backgrounds could mix and do business together. The Jews of America organized themselves into synagogue communities, strictly upholding Jewish customs.

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