By Ken Inglis, Bill Gammage, Seumas Spark and Jay Winter with Carol Bunyan.
The Dunera Boys are an intrinsic part of Australia’s World War Two story; the injustices they suffered in British internment camps at Hay, Tatura and Orange is well-known. Less familiar is what happened to them after.
Following on from Dunera Lives: A Visual History, Dunera Lives: Profiles presents the life stories of 20 people who, together with other internees from Britain and Singapore, landed in Australia in 1940.
All over the world there were Dunera Lives, those of men and women who passed through the upheavals of World War Two and survived to tell the tale. Here are some of their stories.
A contribution to the history of this country – and of migration and human rights, this new volume contains tales of untold dimensions and complexity.