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Under military guard

When the trains – loaded with Italian captives from the north of Queensland – arrived in Brisbane, responsibility passed from the police to the military. It is unclear how the internees were transported through the Brisbane suburbs to Gaythorne, where … Continue reading

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Three brothers interned

Three brothers from central Sicily were typical of the Italian farmers who were interned at Loveday during the war years. This is their story. Arrival: In 1922 Giuseppe (age 28) and Angelo (age 31) were sponsored to Australia by an … Continue reading

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