The intruders : refugee doctors in Australia
Among the thousands of European refugees who arrived in Australia between 1947 and 1954 as immigrants assisted by the Australian Government were many highly qualified professionals. These included a number of doctors, whose fate is the subject of this book. Misled by information given them in Europe, the majority of these men and women arrived expecting to continue their careers. But, faced with the implacable op position of the Australian Medical Association and the indifference of the...[Show more]
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