紀要論文 知られざる敵性外国人:オーストラリア人の見たタツラ収容所の日本人(1)
Unknown Enemy Aliens : Japanese Civilian Internees in the Tatura Internment Camp Observed by an Australian Warder

金本, 伊津子

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After the Pacific War broke out, Japanese civilians, not only in Australia but also in the DutchEast Indies, New Caledonia, and the New Hebrides, were evacuated and sent to internmentcamps (Tatura, Hay, and Loveday) in Australia. Interestingly, this tragic historical fact hasremained unknown to both Australians and Japanese due to their invisibility in the societies as aresult of the silence of the Japanese internees.Fortunately, the author found a book on the Japanese civilian internees in the “World War IIWartime Camps Collection,” which was written by an Australian warder at the Tatura Camp.This paper explores the experiences of the Japanese civilian internees at the Tatura Camp froman Australian warder’s perspective. Discussion will be made, in the first part, on the history ofJapanese migration to Australia, the plans of the internment camps, and the individual history ofthe Australian warder, and in the second part, on the lives of the Japanese internees.
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