Secondhand. Very good condition. Clean and tidy copy with minor edgewear to book and dust jacket. Dust jacket has been covered in protective plastic.
A lively account of the little known Kimberley Region Jewish Settlement Scheme.
In 1939, the Freeland League for Jewish Territorial Colonisation identified the Kimberley as a place to resettle 75,000 European Jews fleeing rampant anti-Semitism. Despite significant support for the scheme, it was eventually vetoed by the Menzies Government as the creation of "distinctive alien communities" would not be in the national interest.