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y separately published work icon Jews of the Outback : The Centenary of the Broken Hill Synagogue 1910-2010 anthology   oral history   poetry   autobiography  
Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Jews of the Outback : The Centenary of the Broken Hill Synagogue 1910-2010
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  • Dedication:
    This book is dedicated to the Jewish pioneers who came to Australia and sought to build a new centre of Jewish life in Broken Hill. They and their descendants have dispersed, but the synagogue is still there as a memorial to and a reminder of their endeavours.
    Also dedicated to:
    The memory of my parents Max and Hana Mann who resided in Broken Hill 1929-42 and my brother Phillip Mann, born in Broken Hill 1932. - Leon Mann,
    The memory of Elva (Alwyn Edelman's wife) who used to tell me stories, which I sadly did not record, and who inspired me. - Margaret Price
  • Contents indexed selectively.


* Contents derived from the Melbourne, Victoria,:Hybrid , 2010 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Edelman Family in Broken Hill : Across Three Generations, Leon Mann , Shirley Feldman , 2010 single work oral history
A family history of the Edelmans in Broken Hill.
(p. 114-122)
Down Five Hundred Feeti"They were only mullockers, pushing trucks", Alwyn Edelman , 2010 single work poetry (p. 121)
Waves of Migration : Pen Sketches, Kate Mannix , 2010 single work oral history (p. 123-144)
Return to Broken Hill, Leon Mann , 2010 single work autobiography (p. 145-150)

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