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The Irish Diaspora since the 1840s

Ireland witnessed massive emigration between 1801 and 1921. More than 8 million men, women and children left during this time. This is more than the number of people that ever lived in Ireland during this period. Many grew up with the expectation to leave. Nowadays, the Irish can be found in most places the migration and reasons to move are remembered around the world.

 

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