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Apple, . he Jews, in Making Australian Society series, Melbourne, Thomas Nelson, 1981. Medding, Peter, From Assimilation to Group Survival: A Political and Sociological Study of an Australian Jewish Community, Melbourne, Cheshire, 1968
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It analyses how Mapai's dominant role in Israeli society was built up before 1948 and how it successfully adapted itself to the changes which resulted from it becoming an independent state. by Peter Y. Medding (Author).
The history of the Jews in Australia traces the history of Australian Jews from the British settlement of Australia commencing in 1788. The first Jews came to Australia as convicts transported to Botany Bay in 1788 aboard the First Fleet that established the first European settlement on the continent, on the site of present-day Sydney. There were 97,335 Australians who identified themselves as Jewish in the 2011 census, but the actual number is estimated to be 112,000
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