Secondhand. Very good condition. Ex library book with no external stickers. Date due slip and borrower pocket on inside pages. Minor wear to book corners. Dust jacket has some minor creasing at top and tail edges. Pages are sunned. Binging is still very good.
Blood and Gold traces the history of Hungarian emigration to Australia back to the early 1830s when the first Hungarian immigrant, a secondhand dealer from Pest, arrived in Australia to live in New South Wales.
Kunz research includes many primary sources including letters to also provide a vivid contemporary picture of life on the eastern goldfields for new migrants.
The various waves of migration are explored up to the post-WWII migration of more than 38,000 Hungarian people.