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Japanese Prisoner of War Camp
Title : Japanese Prisoner of War Camp Japanese Prisoner of War Camp
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Date of creation : ca. 1944
Format : Photograph
Dimensions : 155 x 200 mm
Contributor : State Library of South Australia
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Description :

A work party of Japanese Prisoners of War working on the river bank amongst logs near their camp at Wooloonook Bend, upstream from Renmark.

Period : 1939-1945
Place : Wooloonook Bend
Region : Riverland and Murraylands
Further reading :

Internment in South Australia: history of Loveday, Loveday internment group, Barmera, 1940-1946, prepared by a committee of officers and OR's appointed with the approval of Brig. HC Bundock, the then Commander 4th MD, Adelaide: Advertiser Printing Office, 1946

Loveday Internment Group archaeological survey: a report, Adelaide: State Heritage Branch, 1992

Nursey-Bray, Paul. 'Anti-fascism and internment: The case of Francesco Fantin', Journal of the Historical Society of South Australia, no. 17, pp. 88-111



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