A look at the photographers—both official and underground—who captured life in internment in the US and Australia: Bill Manbo, Toyo Miyatake, Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Hedley Cullen, Colin Halmarick and Yasukichi Murakami.
Winter in the Riverland district of South Australia is a season of extremes: dry, often gloriously sunny days and nights so bitingly cold it makes it difficult to sleep. I found out first-hand when I visited Barmera in June for the 70th anniversary of the opening of the Loveday internment camps and my hotel ranContinue reading “70th Anniversary of the Loveday camps”
As part of my research into Japanese civilians who were interned in Australia during World War II, I’m looking for people who would like to share personal or family stories about Japanese civilian internees (particularly Japanese who were interned at the Loveday camps in South Australia). Can you help? If you are a former internee,Continue reading “Do you have a story about Japanese civilian internees?”