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Resources

Nagata, Yuriko, 1996, Unwanted Aliens: Japanese Internment in Australia, University of Queensland Press, St. Lucia, Queensland. (A copy of this book can be purchased from the University of Queensland Press.)

Bevege, Margaret, 1993, Behind Barbed Wire, University of Queensland Press, St Lucia, Queensland.

Ganter, Regina, 1999, “The Wakayama Triangle: Japanese Heritage of North Australia.” Journal of Australian Studies, Vol. 23, No. 61, pp. 55-63.

Hammond, Joyce, 1990, Walls of Wire: Tatura Rushworth, Murchison, Joyce Hammond (self published), Rushworth, Vic.

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.

Japanese In Australia 1867-1998: Japanese Footprints Over a Century, Japan Club of Australia: Asquith, NSW, 1998.

Jones, Noreen, 2002, Number 2 Home, Fremantle Press, Fremantle, WA.

Knee, Lurline and Arthur, 2008, Marched In: Seven internment and Prisoner of War camps in the Tatura area during World War II, Lurline & Arthur Knee, Tatura, Vic.

Laidlaw, D H, 2001, Anecdotes of a Japanese Translator, 1941-1945, D H Laidlaw (self published), Adelaide.

Lamidey, Noel, 1974, Aliens Control in Australia, Noel W Lamidey (self published), Sydney.

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

Melinsky, Hugh, 1998, A Code-Breaker’s Tale, Lanceni Press, Norfolk, UK.

Nagata, Yuriko, 2004, “The Japanese in Torrest Strait”, Navigating Boundaries: The Asian Diaspora in Torrest Strait (Shnukal, Anna, ed.), Pandanus Books, Canberra, ACT.

Nakashiba, Mary, 2010, Beyond Borders: A memoir, Bookpal (self-publishing company), Sunnybank Hills, Qld.

Neumann, Klaus, 2006, In the Interest of National Security: Civilian Internment in Australia During World War II, National Archives of Australia, Canberra, ACT.

Oliver, Pam, 2006, Empty North: The Japanese Presence and Australian Reactions 1860s to 1942, Charles Darwin University Press, Darwin, NT.

Oliver, Pam, 2004, Allies, Enemies and Trading Partners: Records on Australia and the Japanese, National Archives of Australia, Canberra, ACT.

Scholz, Max, 2004, As I Remember: The Loveday Internment Camps, Max Scholz (self published), Barmera, SA.

Shiobara, Susumu, 1995, “Internment in Australia: The record of Japanese nationals from West New Guinea who were interned”, Chapter 3, Journal of the Pacific Society, Vol. 18, No. 3, Tokyo. [Published in Japanese.]

Shiobara, Susumu, 1996, “Internment in Australia: The record of Japanese nationals from West New Guinea who were interned”, Chapter 4, Journal of the Pacific Society, Vol. 18, No. 4, Tokyo. [Published in Japanese.]

Sullivan, James T, 2009, Beyond All Hate: The story of a wartime internment camp for Japanese in Australia, 4th edn., James T Sullivan (self published), Camberwell, Victoria.

The Cowra Breakout 1984, television miniseries, Kennedy Miller Productions, Sydney.

Tsuda, Mutsumi, 2008, Feu nos peres : les émigrants japonais en Nouvelle-Calédonie, Seigensha Art Publishing, Inc., Japan. (A study about a group of New Caledonians who traced what happened to their long-lost Japanese fathers and grandfathers after they were arrested in New Caledonia and then sent to Australia for internment.)

Weiss, Johann Peter, 2003, It Wasn’t Really Necessary, 1st edn, J. P. Weiss (self published), South Australia.

Winter, Christine, “Limits of impartiality: The delegates of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Australia during the Second World War”, History Australia, Vol. 10, No. 2, 2013, pp. 56-74.

Winter, Christine, “The Long Arm of the Third Reich: Internment of New Guinea Germans in Tatura”, The Journal of Pacific History, Vol. 38, No. 1, 2003, pp. 85-108.

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Loveday Camp 14

The entrance to Loveday Camp 14 near Barmera, South Australia, 1945 (Australian War Memorial, ID 122983).

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