WWII in pictures: the voyage of the notorious ‘Dunera’

Dunera Lives: A Visual History by Jay Winter

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Beautifully put together, this visual history shows through paintings, cartoons, photographs what happened to a shipload of German, Italian, and Jewish men – most of whom were refugees from Nazi Germany – who were transported from Great Britain to internment camps in country NSW and Victoria. Fascinating reading and highly recommended for anyone interested in alternative versions of WWII in Australia.



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About Debbie Terranova

I write stories of mystery and adventure (with a touch of romance) which inspire adult readers to question historical 'truths' and discover alternative meanings. I call this approach ‘fiction with a conscience’. While settings, historical events, and some characters in my novels are based on solid research, others are the creation of a vivid imagination. I have three stand-alone novels and a fourth due for release in 2021.
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