Amazing Immigrants, Volume IV
by Jamie d’Antioc
About Amazing Immigrants, Volume IV
The final instalment in the Amazing Immigrants series, this volume examines patterns in migration over the course of history. From the thousands of Irish families that relocated to the north-eastern United States, to mass migration from India and Pakistan to the United Kingdom, this book explores the myriad ways in which mass diasporas have improved and enriched the culture and society of the countries these migrants chose to call home. Building upon the insights revealed in the first three instalments of the series, Amazing Immigrants, Volume IV delves deep into the nature of demography and celebrates the innumerable and invaluable ways in which mass migration has facilitated the betterment of civilisation.
About Jamie d’Antioc
Jamie d’Antioc has lived, worked and travelled throughout more than 150 countries in various capacities, including banker, oilman, and art collector. He is also affiliated with various NGOs and is an advisor to several universities. He is the author of several novels and the award-winning God’s Cookbook, a collection of recipes based on religious texts. His extensive travels have brought him into contact with countless individuals from various cultures and backgrounds, the most extraordinary of whom he has documented in this collection. He now devotes the majority of his time to writing.