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The Turks in Australia : celebrating twenty-five years down under / Hatice Hürmüz Başarin, Vecihi Başarin
Bib ID 2920137
Format BookBook
Author
Başarin, Hatice Hürmüz, 1955-
 
Description Hampton, Vic. : Turquoise Publications, c1993 
xii, 136 p. : ill., ports. ; 27 cm. 
ISBN 0646148974
Summary

Large scale immigration of Turkish people to Australia began in 1968 when Australia and Turkey signed a special agreement to establish an assisted migration program. This book chronicles the history of Turkish communities in Australia.

Full contents Includes index. 
Notes

CIP confirmed.

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 134-135.

Subjects Turks - Australia - History.  |  Turks - Australia - Social conditions.  |  Immigrants - Australia.  |  Turkey - Emigration and immigration.
Other authors/contributors Başarin, Vecihi, 1947-
Available From Available from Turquoise Publications, PO Box 66, Hampton VIC 3188 

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