Post WWII (1945 Onwards)
For over 200 years, migration has been intrinsic to Australia’s national identity. In the final instalment of this three-part series for upper primary viewers, the period between World War Two and present day is examined. Using a combination of archival footage and dramatic sequences, the programme focuses on the rise of multi-culturalism throughout the 1950’s and 60’s and the many nationalities which are present in modern Australia. The final two segments look at the Italian and Vietnamese migrant experiences and how their respective cultures influence Australia today. Together with the first two programmes, these resources encapsulate the diverse and sometimes cruel history of migration in Australia.
Production Year: 2012
Duration: 14 min
Series: Australian Migration
Printable Resources: Yes
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