Craig, Jean I.
Among the 850,000 immigrants who have come to Australia since the end of the war are included some 171,000 “Displaced persons”, war-time and post-war emigrants resettled in this country by arrangement with the International Refugee Organisation. These immigrants are now scattered in cities and country areas throughout Australia. The process of their incorporation into the Australian social structure is a matter of considerable practical importance, because their incorporation is still very far...[Show more]
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