A social history of the humane internment and POW camps set up during W.W.2 at Tatura, Rushworth, and Murchison in Central Victoria. Tatura camp was one of the largest internment camps in Australia holding approximately 12,000 - 13,000 people of multicultures from almost every country in the world.
Hard cover, with Asiatic children from Tatura camp 4 enjoying a picnic at Waranga Basin. Front photo surrounded with a sketch of wire. B\W photos and sketches.
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Dedication to the memory of the author's husband, Alan Hammond.