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Any consideration of the response offered by twentieth- and twenty-first- century of Irish poets to the Hholocaust must first consider involve reviewing first the historical context of Ireland’s little small Jewish community and Ireland’s the record of pre-war and wartime immigration into Ireland byacceptance of refugees from mainland europeEurope. Available censascensus statistics show evidence  1 that ; from 1861 onwards  2 ; there was a small but significant Jewish community has existed in Ireland since 1861. This community was primarily based mainly based in Dublin but was also settled also in cities such as Cork and Limerick. The 1901 census, taken three years before the 1904 setting of James Joyce’s Ulysses (19232), suggests that people of Jewish origin constituted there were just over over 3,000 of Ireland’s total population of roughly 3,200,000Jew living in Ireland out of a total population of roughly 3,200,000. By 1946, this number had risen only to 5,381 peopleprofessing Jew on the island of Ireland. These statistics tell narrate  3 their own story account of Ireland’s pre-war and wartime inaction in the face of mass expulsions from central Central and eastern europeEastern Europe. Irish policy was parsimonious at best eEven between 1942 and 1945, during the years of the Hholocaust., 1942-45, Irish policy was parsimonious at best and a 4 According to Dermot Keogh’s authoritative study Jews in Twentieth-Century Ireland (1998), the number of Jewish refugees admitted by Ireland during the Second World War “may have been as few as sixty” (Keogh 1998: 192).

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Any consideration of the response offered by twentieth- and twenty-first- century of Irish poets to the Hholocaust must first consider involve  1 first the historical context of Ireland’s little small Jewish community and the record of prewar and wartime immigration into Ireland by refugees from mainland europeEurope. Available censascensus statistics show that; ; from 1861 onwards  2 there was a small but significant Jewish community has existed in Ireland since 1861, mainly based in Dublin but also in cities such as Cork and Limerick. The 1901 census, taken three years before the 1904 setting of James Joyce’s Ulysses (19232), suggests that there were just over 3,000 Jews living in Ireland out of a total population of roughly approximately  3 3,200,000. By 1946, this number had risen only to 5,381 professing Jew on the island of Ireland. These statistics tell narrate their own story account of Ireland’s pre-war and wartime inaction in the face of mass expulsions from central Central and eastern europeEastern Europe. Even during the years of the Hholocaust, (1942-45), Irish policy was parsimonious at best. and aAccording to Dermot Keogh’s authoritative study Jews in Twentieth-Century Ireland (1998), the number of Jewish refugees admitted by Ireland during the Second World War “may have been as few as sixty” (Keogh 1998: 192).

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