Illustrations; Preface; Introduction; Part I: 1. Immigration in colonial Australia; 2. Immigration from non-English-speaking countries, 1901-1945; 3. Migration in European history; 4. Australia plans new directions in migration; Part II: 5. Displaced persons: pioneers in a new immigration, 1947-1952; 6. Assimilation for new arrivals, 1952-1965; 7. Integration in Australian society, 1966-1980; 8. Multiculturalism for all Australians; 9. The New South Wales Ethnic Affairs Commission; Notes; Select bibliography; Index.
Traces the patterns and impact of immigration to Australia since 1945, focusing on immigrants from non-English speaking backgrounds who came to New South Wales.
"...illustrates the human face of migration with a number of biographies of migrants drawn from interviews...The book is well documented." Choice