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Internment in South Australia : [extracts] Part 3 of 3, pp. 21, 25-29
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Source : Internment in South Australia : front cover, inside front cover, foreword, p. 3-21, 25-29
Place Of Creation : Adelaide
Publisher : Advertiser Printing Office
Date of creation : 1946
Additional Creator : South Australia. Committee appointed to record the History of Internment in South Australia
Format : Book
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Selected text from Internment in South Australia: history of Loveday internment group, Barmera, 1940-1946, originally published Adelaide, Advertiser Printing Office, 1946. These extracts briefly describe the history of internment in South Australia during World War II.

The Loveday Internment Camp near Barmera in the Riverland was established during World War II. It was used to confine predominantly German, Italian and Japanese internees. The first internees were received in June 1941, and the last were released in February 1946.

Coverage year : 1940-1946
Place : Loveday, SA
Region : Riverland and Murraylands
Further reading :

Cochrane, Peter. Australians at war, Sydney: ABC Books for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2001

Patkin, Benzion. The Dunera internees, Stanmore, N.S.W.: Cassell Australia, 1979

Scholz, Max. As I remember: the Loveday Internment Camps, [Barmera, S. Aust. : Max Scholz], c2004

Weiss, Johann Peter. It wasn't really necessary: internment in Australia with emphasis on the Second World War, Eden Hills, S. Aust. J.P. Weiss, 2003

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