Italian Memories in Britain

Robert Winder’s, ‘Bloody Foreigners. The Story of Immigration to Britain’: The Italian Link

Verusca Calabria: Italians in Clerkenwell, London,  from the 1800s to the 1960s. 

Presentation of ACLI Enaip Exhibition 

Italians of Emilia Romagna

The Sicilians in Britain oral history

The Italians from Friuli


Internment During the Second World War, when Italy and Britain went to war, there were at least 19,000 Italians in Britain, and Churchill ordered that they be rounded up. This was despite the fact that most had lived in Britain for decades.

The Arandora Disaster

The Italian Communities in Scotland

The Italian Communities in England

The Italian Communities in Wales

From the BBC: Northern Ireland

Your Anglo-Italian Family History. Track it down here:

Italian American History:

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