The Germans in Western Australia: innovators, immigrants, internees
Department of Language Studies, Edith Cowan University
Place of Publication
Mount Lawley, WA
Department of Language Studies
This monograph documents the German presence in Western Australia from 1833 to the present day. The Germans, as immigrants and visitors, have contributed innovations across a broad spectrum of interests such as art, botany, commerce and farming. Regarded as citizens of a hostile country in the two World Wars, many experienced the hardships of internees.
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