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From the Collection of Tatura Irrigation & Wartime Camps Museum 49 Hogan S Tatura VIC

Black and white photo Karl Duldig, 8th Employment, with daughter Eva in front. Top left hand. The Duldig family top right. Slawa, Eva and Karl. Bottom left Army nurse and children and bottom right photo of bronze sculpture of Captain Edward Kenata Broughton (NZ) O.C. 8th Employment Co.
L 33.25 cm x W 28.25 cm
Object Registration
singapore refugee, captain edward kenate broughton, karl duldig, eva duldig
Historical information
Refugees from Singapore. Slawa and Karl Duldig, Bauhaus artists from Vienna, Austria, fled to Singapore 1938, arrested in 1939 by British officials. Sent to Australia on Queen Mary to Tatura Group Internment Camp 3 compound D. Released with other families in 1942. Karl served in the 8th Employment Company. He and his wife taught in Melbourne schools (Mentone Grammar and St Catherine's Girls School). Daughter Eva (photo) donated the photos.
When Made
Last updated
3 Jun 2018 at 2:44PM