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A woman sold fabric at a Turkish market in Berlin, a city redefined by immigration.

A lesson in immigration

Guest worker experiments transformed Europe

By Colin Nickerson
Globe Staff / April 19, 2006

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BERLIN -- Germany needed workers. Turks needed work. So starting in 1961, the country invited Turkish ''guest workers" to come do the dirty jobs that Germans didn't want. (Full article: 1518 words)

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