Helga Griffin, daughter of Austrian engineer father and German mother. Interned aged 6 years and sent to Australia with her parents and young brother. Five years interned in Camp 3 near Rushworth, then released to Melbourne. Helga vividly describes her early childhood in Persia. The mixed emotions of her whole family during the internment experience and postwar, trying to adjust to a new country, new culture, new language. Very evocative memories of wartime dislocation.
Blue/green front soft cover, red and white printing, white back cover and spine, black printing.
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With my very best wishes to the Tatura museum and the sterling work of the volunteers that contribute to its valuable presence. Helga 26.5.06