Queensland Immigration Control Association - History and aims

Queensland Immigration Control Association (). Queensland Immigration Control Association - History and aims. Queensland Immigration Control Association.

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Creator Queensland Immigration Control Association
Title Queensland Immigration Control Association - History and aims
Place of publication Brisbane
Publisher Queensland Immigration Control Association
Open Access Status Other
Series [Far Right Wing Ephemera]
Type image
Original Format pdf
Source Fryer Library ephemera collection FVF 334 Q27.1
Language eng
Rights Please contact the Fryer Library, University of Queensland Library to inquire about this work.
Subject 210303 Australian History (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History)
Abstract/Summary Queensland Immigration Control Association. (1975-) Formerly the Immigration Control Association. Queensland Branch. Objectives - To protect the traditional Australian way of life and European culture and to provide a means for Australians to express themselves particulary in regard to immigration. Publicists - J.C.A. Dique. Notes: The National Immigration Control Association was formed in 1968 to oppose changes to immigration policy which began in 1966. It was proposed that the Association become a political party. The Queensland Branch was opposed to this and separated in 1975 to form the Queensland Immigration Control Association. The Association is connected with Queensland organizations (Aryan Nations, Australian National Front, Australian League of Rights) and organizations in other states (The Anglo Saxon Society, Australian Patriotic Lobby, the Australian National Alliance) opposed to present immigration policies.
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Keyword Political parties -- Australia.
Queensland Immigration Control Association
Dique, J. C. A. (John Charles Allan), d. 1995

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