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Since then, Chinese people have had a colourful and conspicuous place in. .The City of Sydney was first sacked in 1853.
Since then, Chinese people have had a colourful and conspicuous place in Australia's oldest city. Success in work and commerce made them a target of business, jealousy, racist agitation in the labour movement and discriminatory measures including the White Australia Policy. Back then the New South Wales government said it was ‘pernicious to the citizens’. It was sacked again in the 1920s, being described as a ‘cauldron of corruption’. Seventy people were interviewed by Sue Rosen about their experience of life, politics, economics and fun in the South Sydney area when they were growing up.
LIFE IN TWENTIETH CENTURY SOUTH SYDNEY Description: This book records the . Genre: History – Sydney, Australia.
LIFE IN TWENTIETH CENTURY SOUTH SYDNEY Description: This book records the locals' memories of WWI & WWII; unemployment; Labor politics; the workplace; the police; entertainments; holidays and 'carefree' childhoods. Publisher & Date: Hale & Iremonger Pty Ltd - 2000.
Sue Rosen has worked in the history and heritage field since 1988 and . We Never Had a Hotbed of Crime! Life in Twentieth Century South Sydney draws extensively on oral history interviews with inner city residents.
Sue Rosen has worked in the history and heritage field since 1988 and founded Sue Rosen Associates in 1991. The vision was to establish a heritage and history consultancy managed by historians, working collaboratively with architects, engineers, archaeologists, planners, fauna and flora and landscape professionals. Several studies have been published as books for a general readership, including Losing Ground: An Environmental History of the Hawkesbury-Nepean Catchment.
Rosen, Sue. Illustrated and oral history, from Waterloo to Woolloomooloo, 240pp. indexed; inscribed by the author. Publisher: Hale and Iremonger and South Sydney Council. Enquire about this book. Other books in this category. The Archibald Paradox - a Strange Case of Authorship.
several books, including Bankstown: A sense of identity and We Never Had a Hotbed of Crime! Life in twentieth-century South Sydney. Cover design: Lewis Csizmazia. Cover photographs: The Australian Womens Weekly, cover, 14 March 1942; Japanese air force poster (detail of planes), Getty Images. This is a treasure trove, a gold mine, a Christmas-every-day cornucopia of rich Australian history, particularly Second World War history. Arguments over the Brisbane Line are settled here. Now we have the detailed plans for the scorched earth tactic that might follow a Japanese invasion of Australia.
Bankstown : a sense of identity. Sydney : Hale & Iremonger. We never had a hotbed of crime! : life in twentieth-century South Sydney, Sue Rosen. Rosen, Sue. Bankstown : a sense of identity, Sue Rosen Hale & Iremonger Sydney 1996. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1996, Bankstown : a sense of identity, Sue Rosen Hale & Iremonger Sydney. The autobiography of Dr. Samuel Rosen.
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