Worlds apart

the re-migration of South African Jews

Colin Tatz, Peter Arnold, Gillian Heller

    Research output: Book/ReportBook

    Abstract

    A book on migration - that of Lithuanian-descended Jews (Litvaks) from South Africa to Australia and New Zealand. Based on a survey of 608 respondents, it describes something of the life of their Lithuanian forebears, both there and in South Africa; the anti-Semitic forces in South Africa that might have propelled migration but didn't; and more.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationDural, NSW
    PublisherRosenberg Publishing
    ISBN (Print)9781877058356
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

    Keywords

    • Lithuania; South Africa; Australia; Jewish; migration studies; diaspora
    • Jews--South African--Relocation--Australia
    • Jews--South Africa--Relocation--New Zealand
    • Jews--South Africa--History
    • Jews--South Africa--Politics and government
    • Zionism--South Africa--History
    • Apartheid--South Africa--History
    • South Africa--Race relations
    • South Africa--Ethnic relations

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    Tatz, C., Arnold, P., & Heller, G. (2007). Worlds apart: the re-migration of South African Jews. Dural, NSW: Rosenberg Publishing.