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eBooks - Australian Curriculum
Immigrants Who Changed Australia: Since 1901 by Victoria MacleayThe National Identity Sydney, Australia: Trocadero Publishing, 32 pp.
This book is about hard work, dedication and cunning that overcame setbacks large and small. This special group used their talents to succeed in architecture, crime feminism, government, industry, medicine, military strategy, transport and many more fields.
Publication Date: 2013
Immigration Since 1788: The Making of Modern Australia by Victoria MacleayAustralian Timelines Sydney, Australia: Trocadero Publishing,48 pp.
This text examines the ways that every wave of new immigrants to Australia had to battle to establish themselves against prejudice, ignorance, official indifference and the hazards of nature. From the original Anglos, through the people of Europe, the refugees and the assisted settlers, the Asians, the Africans and the Americans, this book tells the story of how modern Australia was made.
Publication Date: 2011
Populate or Perish: Immigration Since 1945 by Victoria MacleayThe National Identity Sydney, Australia: Trocadero Publishing,32 pp.
Immediately after World War II, immigrants from Europe, Asia, and other parts of the world flooded into Australia, filling a huge gap in the labour force and providing the economic strength for national expansion in manufacturing and infrastructure development. This book tells the story of how the program was planned, where the people came from, and how they became Australians with their own distinct identities.
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