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Herrnhut was Australia’s longest running commune due to its charismatic leader and remote location.
Many towns throughout Victoria and Australia were ‘drowned’ to make way for dams in the early part of the twentieth century.
Australia was a destination for European Jews escaping from the terror of the Nazi genocide.
Australians met Americans for the first time and discovered they did not always match the Hollywood image.
Everyday life on the home front had to change when basic food items became hard to find.
Separated by 20,000 kilometres, Australians at home were encouraged to support the troops in any way they could.
When Australia joined the war in August 1914, the reaction was one of excitement, especially among young men.
Edward Snell made ‘two piles’ of money: one out of gold-digging, the other as the Engineer of the Melbourne-Geelong Railway.
It lacked the complexity of newspapers today, but Fawkner's ‘rag' was the beginning of Melbourne's media.
The witty observations of an Irish journalist tell the real story of life in Port Phillip.