In 1953, the family of Roman and Rosa Wlochowitz arrived in Australia from Germany. They were among many who chose to make a new start in Australia after the ravages of World War II.
This showcase looks at some of the records created in the process of the Wlochowitz family's migration to and settlement in Australia in the 1950s and 1960s. The examples are typical of the kinds of records the National Archives holds on postwar European migrants.
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