As an Australian who just remembers the end or World War 2 and who has German ancestors, I was fascinated by the revelations contained in "The Wolf". The Japanese as an ally with its navy responsible for the defence of Australian shores! The rumours and the political bias which made life so difficult for German families who had lived in Australia longer than most of their British compatriots! The civilised treatment of the hundreds of prisoners imprisoned on the German boat - especially the respect of fellow officers! It is an amazing story which is very well told.
I have since checked how widespread the anti-German press campaign was. It seems to have carried over to many of the regional newspapers and journals but was not taken up by some of the leading capital city dailies such as the Adelaide Advertiser.