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  1. 29 de oct. de 2009 · The Gentlemen's Agreement of 1907-08 was an informal arrangement between the United States and Japan to ease growing tensions between the two countries, particularly pertaining to immigration.

  2. Gentleman's Agreement is a 1947 American drama film based on Laura Z. Hobson's best-selling 1947 novel of the same title. It concerns a journalist (played by Gregory Peck) who poses as a Jew to research an exposé on the widespread antisemitism in New York City and the affluent communities of New Canaan and Darien, Connecticut.

  3. Gentleman's Agreement (en Hispanoamérica, La luz es para todos; en España La barrera invisible) es una película de 1947 dirigida por Elia Kazan. Narra la vida de un periodista (interpretado por Gregory Peck) que intenta encontrar focos de antisemitismo en Nueva York.

  4. Gentlemen’s Agreement, (1907), U.S.-Japanese understanding in which Japan agreed not to issue passports to emigrants to the United States, except to certain categories of business and professional men.

  5. 8 de nov. de 2017 · Gentlemen’s agreement. An unwritten agreement that, while not legally enforceable, is secured by the good faith and honor of the parties. Suelen realizarse oralmente, como señala el Black’s, pero también pueden constar por escrito o suponer un pacto añadido dentro de un acuerdo formal más amplio.

  6. Rather than enacting racially discriminatory and offensive immigration laws, President Theodore Roosevelt sought to avoid offending the rising world power of Japan through this negotiated agreement by which the Japanese government limited the immigration of its own citizens.

  7. The Gentleman’s Agreement That Ended the Civil War. When Generals Grant and Lee sat down at Appomattox Court House, they brought an end to the struggle that had consumed the nation for five long...

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