ASAMST 20A week 8 Lecture 2-2 - ASAMST 20A: Week 8 Lecture...

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ASAMST 20A: Week 8 Lecture 2/2 13/03/2008 16:14:00 Cold War and Asian Migrations to the U.S. International adoption is a category of migration traceable to the Korean war Approximately 200,000 children have been sent to the US and another  50,000 to Europe, where they make up the largest ethnic Korean community  in that region Military brides comprise of another category of migration traceable to WWII  and the Cold War Since 1950,  more than 100,000 Korea military brides have immigrated to the  US The majority of Korean immigration to the US during the 1970s ad the 1980s  can be traced to military brides It is estimated that military brides are directly and indirectly responsible for  bringing 40 to 50 percent of all Korean immigrants in 1965
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