Emigration

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Emigration

  1. 1. Argentina Colombia Venezuela Uruguay USA Mexico Chile Emigration San Pedro y Miquelon (Francia)
  2. 2. Why did they go to other countries? REASONS: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Cyclical crises in the Basque agriculture. Emigrants who had been installed across the Atlantic called to other people of Basque country to go there. The Carlist Wars also led to the emigration. The introduction of compulsory military service in the armies of France and Spain drove many men to emigration. Population pressure. The traditional lifestyle had broken when the industrialitation came but many basques prefer the traditional lifestyle so they went to farmer sites.
  3. 3.  Some emigrants come back to Basque Country by health improvements by the industrial revolution that changed the population of 1787 to 1910.
  4. 4. France Germany Mexico Argelia URSS Other countries in Hispanoamerica
  5. 5. Why did they go to other countries? REASON: Franco gave a coup and the civil war started. Franco fought against the republicans and his soldiers won. As in Spain there was a dictatorship, people that didn´t go with him had to emigrate because they were frightened in case they died.  But there were people who disagreed with his politic rules so they went to other countrie too. 
  6. 6. Most emigrants were exiled, so they decided to return when all finished.  They wanted to come back because they had family in their country and they wanted to return to their roots. 
  7. 7. Australia Marocco France UK Germany USA Colombia Emigration Ecuador
  8. 8. REASONS: 1) 2) 3) They are unemployed so they go to other countries to find work. They find a job in other country so they leave their country. The crisis and the economic situation of the country.
  9. 9.  Nowadays %50 of the emigrants come back to their home because they have not found a job.  The other %50 stay there because they have found a job or they still try to find.

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