Dunera Lives: A Visual History by Jay Winter
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Beautifully curated, 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. Highly recommended for anyone interested in exploring alternative versions of life in Australia during WWII.