Tatura Irrigation & Wartime Camps Museum, Tatura
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Interview of three persons, members of the Temple Society, who were arrested in Palestine during World War 2 as "enemy aliens". They were transported to Australia on the "Queen Mary" which was being used at that time, as a troop ship. As part of a group of approximately 650 men, women and children from Palestine,they were held in internment Camp 3, Tatura, from 1941 until 1947. Those internees who chose to remain in Australia after the war were released at such time as they were able to obtain employment and accommodation. Also interviewed is Lurline Knee, Researcher for the Tatura Wartime Camps Museum. Interviewees: Hans Minzemay; Manfred Haering and Herta Uhlerr..
Personal experiences of three members of the Temple Society, arrested as enemy aliens and brought to Australia for internment during World War 2.
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Not for distribution, assessment purposes only. Run:6 minutes.