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Experience of Migrants in Australia 1918-1955

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This essay answers a question asking how structures of power affected migrants in Australia. This essay focuses on the White Australia Policy, the Great Depression and internment.

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Experience of Migrants in Australia 1918-1955
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Demography Immigration to Australia Australia European Australian Oceania Aftermath of World War II Post-war immigration to Australia White Australia policy Immigration Illegal immigration Multiculturalism in Australia German Australians Even Australian Paul Bartrop Kate Walsh
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Demography Immigration to Australia Australia European Australian Oceania Aftermath of World War II Post-war immigration to Australia White Australia policy Immigration Illegal immigration Multiculturalism in Australia German Australians Even Australian Paul Bartrop Kate Walsh
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The Australian Government followed a policy of “assimilation” from federation in 1901 to around the mid 60’s to continue their policy of protection. The assimilation policy entailed an array of laws that were implemented throughout the period of study, and it acted as a platform for the Australian community, including the media and unions, to discriminate against most non-British migrants in Australia, as well as for the Australian government to cast away immigrants trying to find a new home within Australia. These effects of assimilation shaped the experience of a majority of non-British migrants living in Australia to a great extent, but not only were non-British migrants affected as the “depression hardened community att...
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