The historical origins of Moroccan immigration to France between 1910 and 1963

This study seeks to stand on the importance of Moroccan immigration to France in this period by focusing on the Moroccan soldiers fighting alongside France during the First World War, the students and the motives for this migration, the geographical distribution of the origins of these Moroccan immigrants, and researching the so-called secret immigration, and the reasons for preferring France for Moroccan immigrants over their Algerian counterparts, the forms of their embrace in France, and the peculiarities of Moroccan Jewish immigration.

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