Interpretive board final.pdf (120KB) The interpretive board telling (in English & Japanese) the plight of the Nikkei civilian internees was installed at the Japanese War Cemetery in Cowra on 9 March 2014. It is the first public acknowledgement of its kind for Nikkei Australians.
Delegates are requested to do registration for the symposium in the afternoon of March 6th Thursday at the Cowra Japanese Gardens or on the morning between 8:30-9:00 on March 7th Friday in the Foyer of the Cowra Civic Centre. * Please note this program is subject to minor changes.
Delegates are requested to do registration for the symposium in the afternoon of March 6th, Thursday or on the morning between 8:30-9:00 on March 7th, both at the Foyer of the Cowra Civic Centre. * Please note this program is subject to change. Please check back closer to the dat
Registration for the Internment Symposium & related events in Cowra 6-9 March 2014 is now open. Download: Registration Form *Complete form and return to Cowra Tourism Corporation by 13 February 2014 firstname.lastname@example.org Registration fee for the symposium: Full AUD $130; One da
The Nikkei Australia Project Team and the Cowra City Council present Internment Symposium: Civilian Internment in Australia during WW2: history, memories and community heritage 6- 9 March 2014 Civic Centre, Cowra, NSW Registration open soon https://nikkeiaustralia.com/ This internatio
Its been couple of years in planning, and finally, the interpretive board telling the plight of the Nikkei civilian internees to be erected at the Japanese War Cemetery in Cowra has arrived at the Cowra Shire Council. The board will be installed in the coming days, then unveiled offic
Civilian internment in Australia during WW2: history, memories and community heritage 7-9 March 2014, Cowra NSW (To be confirmed) Call for papers: We have limited spaces but welcome individual papers on any of the following areas of civilian internment in Australia during WW2. If you