Why did Italian immigrants migrate?
Most of the Italian immigrants emigrated from Italy during WWII because of Benito Mussolini signing all of the decrees that persecuted his people. Mussolini did this because he was under Adolf Hitler's thumb, and Hitler hated the Jews, therefore Mussolini signed saying that Italian Jews were to be sent to concentration camps. Many of them left Italy for America during that time.
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Immigration may have various flash points of causation, but the goal is always to seek greater opportunity.
Italian immigrant immigrated to Texas in search for greener pastures. As Europe got more crowded, there was more need for people to emigrate in search of better economic opportunities.
no the poverty is what made them migrate
Italian immigrants came to America just as others from different countries, on a boat. Once reaching New York and registering, they were able to migrate to different parts of the US, making a home for themselves.
Mostly by Airplane.
Sure. People still migrate, so yeah, there are still immigrants alive.
Frank Sinatra was 100% Italian, although born in America. Both of his parents were Italian immigrants. (Italian immigrants Natalie Della (née Garaventa) and Anthony Martin Sinatra)
Yes. He is an Italian American whose grandparents were Italian immigrants.
Depends on what you mean by Italian. Do you mean Italian immigrants or Italian decended Americans? An example: I myself have half Italian heritage from early 1900's immigrants, so would I count?
They didn't. There was no formal immigration to Australia during WWII aside from war refugees and children sent from war zones. Some Italian PoWs were judged to "low risk" and were sent out to work on farms. Many stayed. The largest number of Italian immigrants came after WWII.
The Italian immigrants settled in the United States because their country was in bad shape . For example the country was very crowed and had no space.
Most southern Italian immigrants to the United States had been farmers in their home country.
The US states with most Italian immigrants are New York, New Jersey , California, Pennsylvania and Florida. Each has more than 1 million Italian Americans.
is estelle getty italian? no she was born to polish jewish immigrants
The eariest Europeans immigrants were from England who used it as a Penal colony.
People who migrate to a different land are known as immigrants.
once the immigrants migrate to Australia they manly settle in Sydney and Victoria.Immigrants like to stay in places where there culture is and employment.
The two Italian immigrants were Nicolas Sacco and Bartholomew Vanzetti.
In Italy people speak Italian, so anyone from Italy would speak Italian.
Spain tried to end the loss of her New World Empire with reforms and the Decree of Graces which brought in thousands of new immigrants with grants of land (after an oath of allegiance to the Spanish Crown and to Catholicism) which included Italian, Irish and French influence.
some immigrants came to the U.S like Hispanic, Chinese, Italian......
The search for freedom of religion had a great appeal to new immigrants.
Probably the Catholic religion is the strongest single element of the Italian culture, which of course is maintained by going to church, enrolling children in Catholic schools, and so forth. And then there is traditional Italian food, which is prepared and eaten in Italian families. Various other aspects of Italian culture can also be preserved by immigrants. They can listen to Italian operas, for example.
Many Italian immigrants to the US were accustomed to eating pasta and they used the tomato in many of their foods. For the most part the ingredients for the foods they cooked were already here.
Many of the Italian immigrants originated from the South. The regions of Calabria, Puglia, Sicily, and Campania.
They came in the 1800 ' s
because of religen
they had settle into New York.
the mafia and unions.
because of the economy and because of the bad situation that were happening
pizza was first made in the us by Italian immigrants in respect of the Italian flag.
After coming to the US, Italian immigrants worked anywhere they could find a job. The men were recruited to work in mines, build railroads, and work in factories. They did the backbreaking jobs.
Amalia Silicani Donati has written: 'Echoes of a vanished time' -- subject(s): Biography, History, Italian Americans, Immigrants, Italian American women, Women immigrants
One is the ships that sent the immigrants to America were mostly overcrowded.
Mother Cabrini was, herself, an immigrant and was sent to the United States to help Italian immigrants to this country.
Yes, Italian immigrants still dress the same. Italian emigrants have a history of arriving in such various countries of the Italian diaspora as Argentina, Australia, Canada, and the United States in Italian-made clothes. Their descendants may be said to dress the same since they, and many of their fellow countrymen in the above-mentioned countries, wear Italian-designed, Italian-made and Italian-sold clothes whose appeal and quality are worldwide!
Italian immigrants went to Austalia in the 1950s. There is a one hour screening of 10 short films telling the experience of Italian immigrants who went to Australia in the 50s. The project is called " The Voice of People".
Some traditions and customs Italian immigrants brought to America include large families, fresh vegetable meals, the Italian language, and the grandparents as head of the household often.
well some people migrate in the US because it has free school for children, and some are looking for a better life. well some people migrate in the US because it has free school for children, and some are looking for a better life.
He is Hispanic but is of Italian heritage being the son of Italian immigrants. However, his race is caucasian - white.
Italian woman wore long dresses or skirts and bonets
You mean illegal immigrants? Most of them cross the border with the help of coyotes: professional smugglers who transport the immigrants on vans, trucks and other vehicles, usually in precarious conditions.
low wages and high taxes :)