This is a detailed book that describes the first emigration of Jews from Northern Europe to S. Africa, how they functioned in S. Africa during and after apartheid, and what caused them to migrate to Australia and New Zealand. As someone who grew up in Southern Africa I knew many of the participants and was present at many of the events that were accurately portrayed. Nevertheless, I learned many details of official policies in S. Africa, Australia and New Zealand that were eye-opening. This book will be of prime interest to those in some way related to these events, but is also important in the larger context of how countries treat their minorities. Some of the conclusions are based on incomplete evidence, but the authors are careful to point this out.