I recently got hold of the above book and am thoroughly enjoying it.
By Frank Korble M.B.E.
Yes, a high order British Commonwealth Award.
Born in Vienna and at nineteen inducted into the Luftwaffe as a radio signaller in the dying days of Europe's WW2.
After various European work episodes he migrated to Australia in the mid 1950's.
His story is very well written and if anybody wants to get an idea of what the European migrants of that 'jumbled' period experienced in their learning of my country of that time it is very accurately and personally described.
'How to become Australianised'. Thousands went through the process one way or the other.
Bonegilla migrant camp has an 'infamous', but important place in Australia's post-war history.
He ultimately ended up in the Royal Australian Air Force at rank of Wing Commander (non-flying duties).
A quite unusual and fascinating life story.
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