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Internments in Australia during World War Two

Ilma Martinuzzi O'Brien.

Ilma Martinuzzi O'Brien writes on the impact of internment on Italian-Australians and explores what internment reveals about attitudes to citizenship and civil rights.



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24 February 2006


"Internments in Australia during World War Two: Life Histories of Citizenship and Exclusion" in Enemy Aliens: The Internment of Italian Migrants in Australia during the Second World War, Bacchus Marsh, Connor Court Publishing, 2005 (pp 15-37)


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