This is an account of growing up in the Bertrams and Doornfontien districts of Johannesburg during the nineteen forties an area that been settled mainly by Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe. Living in close proximity, in the equivalent of council houses were groups of White Afrikaners. Among the Afrikaners were many Nazi sympathisers, hence within the district there was a triangle of racialism between the Afrikaners, the Blacks and the Jews. Post school years were spent working on farms in the Eastern Transvaal. The second part is a description of living in London from 1954 until 1960 followed by a description of a hitch-hiking trip across Europe and a visit to Israel.In Johannesburg at the time there were few small private colleges and one of them was Damelin College located near the ... I was enrolled and the principal allowed me to proceed straight into the fifth form -the final matriculation year where Ianbsp;...
|Title||:||Johburg to London a Journey|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2007-02-01|