Los inmigrantes en la ciudad
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Las estructuras familiares dominantes en muchas sociedades, por ejemplo, en la europea, implican que una parte de los hijos deban abandonar la casa paterna para establecerse por separado. La ciudad ha sido siempre el lugar de la libertad, un lugar de refugio para los pobres y desarraigados. La ciudad ha sido con frecuencia el espacio de la coexistencia y del mestizaje.
Lo que no se ha producido sin dolor y dificultades. En la ciudad americana hispanocolonial, las ciudades eran el lugar de coexistencia, convivencia y conflicto de grupos raciales numerosos.
En Estados Unidos la llegada de inmigrantes durante el siglo XIX supuso, lo hemos dicho, la arribada de contingentes de origen y culturas muy diversas. La convivencia, el intercambio, el conocimiento mutuo avanza.
La ciudad transforma a los llegados, pero se enriquece y transforma al mismo tiempo con ellos. Respecto a esto los datos son igualmente concluyentes. Las posibilidades que ofrece la ciudad en ese sentido son siempre infinitamente mayores que las que se dan en el campo. De manera semejante, el papel de los inmigrantes en el desarrollo de la ciudad ha sido reconocido multitud de veces. Sobre todo de las ciudades norteamericanas en general 32y respecto a algunas en particular, como Nueva York.
Es el caso, por ejemplo, de Barcelona. De un total de escritores barceloneses de los siglos XVI al XIX 36los porcentajes de nacidos fuera de Barcelona ha sido los siguientes: Los grupos marginales o vencidos se situaban normalmente en lugares aparte: Como resultado de ello, los miembros de una raza tienden a pensar que son diferentes de otros grupos de personas, y los otros grupos pueden tratarlos como si realmente lo fueran.
En ese sentido puede ser un sentimiento beneficioso. Incluso puede decirse que en nuestro siglo son menores, especialmente en la ciudad industrial, debido al establecimiento del Estado de Bienestar. Aunque, naturalmente, pueden aumentar con el desmantelamiento del mismo, si se produce.
En el caso de Barcelona los problemas no son especialmente graves, si comparamos con otras ciudades europeas o americanas. La importancia creciente del conocimiento en esta sociedad hace que adquiera un papel decisivo la mano de obra calificada. En esencia, hemos de distinguir entre dos tipos de migraciones.
En segundo lugar, los inmigrantes de origen extranjero. En el censo de los inscritos en el censo eran En eran ya En la cifra de oficialmente inscritos era de La paradoja es que, por un lado esos trabajadores extranjeros se siguen necesitando: O para prescindir de ellos si resulta necesario.
Que es precisamente lo que ha ocurrido con los inmigrantes: Cuando los grupos de viejos, desempleados, inmigrantes, pobres tienen localizaciones segregadas eso se debe en buena parte a las rentas limitadas que les impiden elegir otras localizaciones. Especialmente importantes pueden ser los conflictos entre viejos y nuevos inmigrantes. En primer lugar entre los viejos inmigrantes nacionales, ya integrados en la ciudad, pero afectados por problemas de desempleo, y los nuevos inmigrantes, nacionales o extranjeros.
Pero la realidad de las fronteras estatales y las obligaciones de los estados hacia sus propios ciudadanos conducen a limitaciones efectivas de dichos derechos. Pero el tiempo puede no bastar. He spent most of the war in St. Augustine, Florida training recruits. Fernandez was awarded a Silver Lifesaving Medal for "maneuvering a Marine landing party ashore under constant Japanese attack" during the invasion of Saipan.
Louis Rua was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for "meritorious achievement at sea December 5—6,while serving aboard a U. Army large tug en route to the Philippines. His craft went to the rescue of another ship which had been torpedoed by enemy action and saved survivors from the abandoned ship. Under conditions of great personal danger from fire and explosions and with disregard of his own safety he assisted in the rescuing of approximately 42 survivors some of whom were injured and exhausted from the water and from burning ships.Escuadrón 201 mexicano, pieza clave en la derrota de los japoneses en la II Guerra Mundial
Some men like Jose R. Zaragoza served on missions on some lonely atolls. When year-old Zaragoza, a native of Los Angeles, California, joined the Coast Guard, he was sent on patrols in the Pacific coast of the United States defending against sabotage and invasion from the Japanese.
Later he received instructions in the then-emerging and secretive field of Loran navigation and sent to Ulithi atoll, located between Guam and the Philippines where he worked in Long Range Aids to Navigation, which is akin to radar work.
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He served on Ulithi Island for 15 months. Puerto Ricans were also involved in clerical positions with the Tuskegee unit. The term "ace in a day" is used to designate a fighter pilot who has shot down five or more enemy aircraft in a single day. After receiving his pilot training, he was assigned to the th Fighter Squadron, which was part of the th Fighter Group that was sent to the Pacific Island of Ie Shima off the west coast of Okinawa.
The atomic bomb was dropped on NagasakiJapan on August 9,but while the Allies awaited Japan's response to the demand to surrender, the war continued. On August 13,1st Lt. This action was Lt. Perdomo's tenth and final combat mission, and the five confirmed victories made him an "Ace in a Day" and earned him the distinction of being the last "Ace" of World War II.
He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for extraordinary heroism in action and the Air Medal with one oak leaf cluster. Nido, Captain Robert L. The mission of the fighter group the " Flying Tigers " was to help defend Chinese nationals against Japanese invaders.
During —, Lopez was credited with shooting down five Japanese fighters, four in a Curtiss P and one in a North American P Flying the P aircraft, Lt. Brezas downed 12 enemy planes within two months.
His last flight in Italy gave air cover for General George C. Marshall 's visit to Pisa. As member of the RAF, he belonged to 67th Reconnaissance Squadron who participated in combat missions.
He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross with four oak leaf clusters and the Air Medal with four oak leaf clusters.
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He was awarded the Air Medal and two oak leaf clusters for bombing missions before being shot down over Germany in March Despite head wounds from flakhe made his way back to Allied control. On October 14,Cardenas flew the B launch aircraft that released the X-1 experimental rocket plane in which Charles E.
Yeager became the first man to fly faster than the speed of sound. Cardenas retired as brigadier general. He was one of the initial participants of the invasion of Sicily on July 10, also known as Operation Husky. During the invasion of Sicily, he flew on two night missions, the first on July 9, where his mission was to release paratroops of 82nd Airborne Division on the area of Gela and the second on July 11, when he dropped reinforcements in the area.
His unit was awarded a "DUC" for carrying out this second mission in spite of bad weather and heavy attack by enemy ground and naval forces.
He was posthumously promoted to first lieutenant. With six aerial victories to his credit, Candelaria was the only pilot in his squadron to make "ace". Most of his victories were achieved on a single mission on April 7,when he found himself the lone escort protecting a formation of USAAF B Liberators.
Candelaria defended the bombers from at least 15 German fighters, single-handedly destroying four before help arrived. He was also credited with a probable victory on an Me during this engagement.
Six days later, Candelaria was shot down by ground fire, and spent the rest of the war as a POW. After the war, Candelaria served in the Air National Guard, reaching the rank of colonel prior to his retirement. Johnson Lieutenant Francisco Mercado, Jr.
On July 21,he earned a membership into the exclusive " Caterpillar Club " after he parachuted over England while returning from a mission with a crippled B He was part of the infamous U.
He downed nine confirmed enemy planes during grueling combat in the Pacific Theater skies, and had three additional unconfirmed kills. Three of his nine kills occurred in the Marianas Turkey Shoot. During a bombing mission over Duren, Germany, Resto's plane, a B, was shot down.
Resto, who lost an eye during his last mission, was awarded a Purple Heart, a POW Medal and an Air Medal with one battle star after he was liberated from captivity. He was the only crewmember to evade capture. Medina explained that his ability to speak Spanish had allowed him to communicate with friendly Italians who helped him avoid capture for eight months behind enemy lines.
As such, women were discouraged from joining the military. Romero Jacques, who spoke Spanish and English and had three years of college spent two years in the Pacific Theater, in New Guinea and in the Philippines, as an administrative aide. She survived a plane disaster when the craft in which she was on crashed in the jungles of New Guinea. Over 1, applications were received for the unit, which was to be composed of only women. Serving overseas was dangerous for women; if capturedWAACs, as "auxiliaries" serving with the Army rather than in it, did not have the same protections under international law as male soldiers.
Eisenhower 's theatre headquarters. Contreras volunteered to be part of the th WAAC Post Headquarters Company, thus becoming the first Hispanic to serve as an interpreter and in numerous administrative positions. Eisenhower's theatre headquarters, dealing with nightly German air raids. Contreras remembers that the women who served abroad were not treated like the regular Army servicemen.
They did not receive overseas payment nor could they receive government life insurance. They had no protection if they became ill, wounded or captured. She joined the WAC's in and served in the U. Counter Intelligence gathering information against the enemy. She retired in with the rank of lieutenant colonel. Truman that the war had ended. Hispanic female nurses wanted to volunteer for service, however they were not accepted into the Army Nurse Corps or Navy Nurse Corps. As a result, many women went to work in the factories which produced military equipment.
As more Hispanic men joined the armed forces, a need for bilingual nurses became apparent and the Army started to recruit Hispanic nurses.