「和解」のないままに―日系オーストラリア人強制収容が意味したこと―

永田由利子 Nagata, Yuriko (2003) 「和解」のないままに―日系オーストラリア人強制収容が意味したこと―. オーストラリア研究, 15 : 91-103.

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Author 永田由利子 Nagata, Yuriko
Title 「和解」のないままに―日系オーストラリア人強制収容が意味したこと―
Formatted title 「和解」のないままに―日系オーストラリア人強制収容が意味したこと―
Translated title Unsettled matter: Legacy of the Japanese internment in Australia
Language of Title jpn
eng
Journal name オーストラリア研究
Translated journal name Journal of Australian Studies
Language of Journal Name jpn
ISSN 0919-8911
Publication date 2003
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 15
Start page 91
End page 103
Total pages 13
Editor Y. Arimitsu
M. Ando
M. Kamata
S. Kobayashi
M. Sekine
Place of publication Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Publisher オーストラリア学会編集 [Ōsutoraria gakkai henshū]
Collection year 2003
Language jpn
Subject 430102 History - Asian
430101 History - Australian
750901 Understanding Australia's past
750902 Understanding the pasts of other societies
Formatted abstract During World War II, the Australian Government applied wholesale internment to Japanese residents in Australia. The Japanese community in Australia was small and easily identifiable. The catch-all policies which were applied to Japanese in Australia were simple and expedient. The Japanese were held in three internment camps which were located inland. As a result of internment and the subsequent deportation of most Japanese residents after the war, pre-war Japanese communities in Australia were largely snuffed out. Only a handful Japanese Australians were allowed to remain in Australia after the war. The purpose of my paper is twofold. Firstly, I will give an overview of the Japanese internment experience in Australia - from internment to repatriation/deportation. I will then focus on a few individual Japanese Australians still living in Australia to describe what internment meant for them, its effects and where they are now in contemporary Australian society.
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