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What was it like in a WWII internment camp?
A rare first-hand chronicle of internment that sheds new light on Australia’s wartime history. Mr Koike’s diary, which survived despite all odds, is beautifully translated and edited. Continue reading
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“Under the Skin 4” – SLQ Fellows’ presentations about the world wars
I was honoured to present findings of my project, “Queensland Women and War: a multicultural perspective of the experiences of female civilians during World War II”, at a public event at the State Library of Queensland. To see the full … Continue reading
Posted in WW2 and Internment Tagged Australia, civilian woman, Enemies, fifth column, German, internment, internment camp, Italian, Japanese, SLQ, Tatura, women, women and war, world war 2, World War Two Leave a comment