Australia Puts Out the Welcome Mat

Sherrod, Robert
June 1953
Saturday Evening Post;6/27/1953, Vol. 225 Issue 52, p36
Describes a post-World War II immigration program launched by the Australian government. Total number of migrants who were admitted in Australia in 1950; Countries from which most of the immigrants came from; Economic impact of the program.


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