From Refugee to Citizen. – Sichel, Frieda H.

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A Sociological Study of the Immigrants from Hitler-Europe who Settled in Southern Africa

From the fly-leaf: ‘This book is the first detailed study of the adaptation of the immigrants who came to South Africa from Germany and Central Europe as refugees from Nazi persecution – from their shattered homes in Nazi Europe to the new homes they established in Southern Africa. How, as they became fully integrated into their new environment, they made their own distinctive contribution to their new homeland.” Inscription on front fep. Underlining between Pages 1 – 15. Remainder of the contents clean and tightly bound. Foxing to all edges. 1st Edition. Condition: Good. Dust jacket: Poor. Paper wraps. Splitting to the folds with open nicks tears. Age-toning with some foxing. Binding: Hardover. Tan boards with light bumping to spine edges.

Publisher: A A Balkema
Date Published: 1966
Publication Place: Cape Town
First Edition: Yes

Condition: Good.
Binding: Hardover. Tan boards with light bumping to spine edges.

Jacket Condition: Poor. Paper wraps. Splitting to the folds with open nicks tears. Age-toning with some foxing.
Dimensions: Small 8vo. 22cm x 14cm x 2cm

Additional information

Weight 600 g