by Sam Lipski & Suzanne D. Rutland
|Page Extent:||296 pages|
|Book Size:||233 x 155 mm (Height x Width x Depth)|
This story chronicles a largely unknown but important aspect of 20th century Australian political history during the Cold War, when the Communist leadership closed down many Jewish organisations and declared Zionism an ideological enemy. Soviet Jews often suffered hardships, not being allowed to enlist in universities, work in certain professions or participate in government.