By Suzanne D. Rutland
Even supposing Jews characterize just a tiny share of the nationwide inhabitants, they've got made amazing contributions and prompted Australian society immeasurably. This ebook explores how the Australian Jewish neighborhood differs from others all over the world. It lines the community's historical past from its convict origins in 1788 via Australia's modern shiny Jewish tradition, and highlights its social and cultural impression. in addition to the emergence of a particular religion culture, the publication additionally explores how Jews, because the country's first ethnic workforce, were assimilated into multicultural Australia.
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