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Viva il Duce: The Influence of Fascism on Italians in South Australia in the 1920s and 1930s
(Historical Society of South Australia, 1993)
The first big increase of the size of the Italian community in Australia occurred after World War I, due mainly to the tightening up by the USA of its immigration laws, including the application of a quota system, and also ...
Italians in South Australia: The First Hundred Years
(The Italian Discipline, Flinders University of South Australia, 1993)
During the period under consideration, 1839-1939, the number of Italians residing in South Australia was quite small, especially before 1925, but their impact, as we shall see, was quite marked. In 1881, when for the first ...
A Home Away From Home: Alfred Mantegani in Australia
(The Italian Discipline, Flinders University, 1992)
The name of Alfred Mantegani was first brought to the attention of historians of Italians in Australia in 1963 when the Italian-language newspaper 'La Fiamma' dedicated a Supplement to the Italian community in Adelaide, ...
"Helping People Has Been My Happiness": The Contribution of Elena Rubeo to the Italian Community in South Australia
(Lythrum Press, 2004)
Elena Rubeo, who was born in Rome in 1896, was the first woman in Australia to be appointed to an Italian consular post. This chapter will look at her life, her involvement in the Italian community, and the determination ...
Building blocks of settlement: Italians in the Riverland, South Australia
The Riverland region is situated approximately 200 km. north-east of Adelaide and consists of a strip of land on either side of the River Murray from the South Australian-Victorian border westwards to the town of Morgan. ...
(Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2008-11)
Overview of a special issue devoted to aspects of Italian settlement in Australia stemming from an international conference held at Flinders University in September 2007 entitled "Moving Cultures, Shifting Identities".