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  • Author:
    Ian Harmstorf
  • ISBN:
    0867872039
  • ISBN13:
    978-0867872033
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    AE Press (1985)
  • Pages:
    182 pages
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    Australia & Oceania
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Harmstorf, Ian and Cigler, Michael (1985) The Germans in Australia Melbourne : AE Press. Australian ethnic heritage series. Tampke, Jurgen and Doxford, Colin (1990) Australia, Willkommen : a history of the Germans in AustraliaKensington, .

Harmstorf, Ian and Cigler, Michael (1985) The Germans in Australia Melbourne : AE Press. W : New South Wales University Press.

German Australians (German: Deutsch-Australier) are Australian citizens of ethnic German ancestry. The German community constitute one of the largest ethnic groups in Australia, numbering 898,700 or . percent of respondents in the 2011 Census

German Australians (German: Deutsch-Australier) are Australian citizens of ethnic German ancestry. percent of respondents in the 2011 Census. It is the fifth most identified European ancestry in Australia behind English, Irish, Scottish and Italian. The 2011 Census counted 108,000 Australian residents who were born in Germany.

Australian ethnic heritage series. Harmstorf, Ian and Cigler, Michael. The Germans in Australia (Melbourne: AE Press. Australian ethnic heritage series, 1985).

The Germans In Australia book. The Germans in Australia (Australian ethnic heritage series). 0867872039 (ISBN13: 9780867872033).

Script error Script error. German Australians (German: Deutsch-Australier) are Australian citizens of ethnic German ancestry. It is the fifth most identified European ancestry in Australia behind 'English', 'Irish', 'Scottish' and 'Italian'.

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by Ian Harmstorf · data of the book Germans in Australia, Th. ISBN: 978-0-86787-203-3. ISBN-10: 0-86787-203-9. German Australia" Chronology. The Enemy At Home: German Internees in World War One Australia (online exhibition). South Australian Migrant Shipping (1836–1860).

The German Australians maintained strong cultural ties with their German heritage up until World War On. By 1914 over 100,000 Germans lived in Australia and they were a well established and liked community. With the rising tension between the British and German Empires this began to change and German Australian communities often found themselves the subject of suspicion and animosity. When war broke out in 1914 this changed to outright hostility. In 1914 Australia was besotted with war fever and people were keen for ways to get involved to ‘do their bit’.

Some German Australians were interned whose families had lived in Australia . Harmstorf, Ian. Insights into South Australian History, vol. 2, South Australia’s German History and Heritage.

Some German Australians were interned whose families had lived in Australia for three generations. Employment became difficult for German-Australians, and as a result some went into internment camps voluntarily. Some British Australians no longer wanted to work together with "Germans" and it became harder for German Australians to find work. Historical Society of South Australia Inc. 1994.