People forced to leave their country because of war or persecution: _________ persons
'Populate or _________' was a slogan of the Chifley government
Australia's first Minister for Immigration
Spike in birth rates after World War II: Baby _________
Labor PM at end of World War II
The Labor government created the Department of _________ in 1945
The _________ Mountain Scheme was created to develop hydro-electric power
Political belief which post-1945 immigrants were expected to reject
Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia were on this sea
British immigrants who were helped to come to Australia were known as 10 pound _____
One occurred in 1947 and 1996
The Immigration ________ Act of 1901 was designed to keep out non-whites
A test of this type was part of the 1901 Immigration Act
After the Chinese Civil War, China became _______
Year in which the Chinese Civil War ended
The first US president to recognise China
PM when Australia recognised Communist China
Place where Australians fought as part of a UN force in a war in the early 1950s
Place where Australians supported British forces against communist insurgents
Anti-communist alliance in south-east Asia
Australia's _________________ Plan focussed on educating visiting Asians
Under the Menzies government, this minister allowed some non-European refugees and Japanese war brides into Australia
The dictation test was abolished in 1958 in the _____________ Act
From 1966 the ability to do this became the key criterion for migration
In 1973 the Whitlam government instructed embassies to ignore this as a criterion when selecting migrants
This PM's government was the first to allow Indo-Chinese refugees into Australia in large numbers
Many refugees from this part of Indonesia came to Australia from 1975
Many immigrants fled from the Taliban in this country
An African country where civil war led to many refugees coming to Australia
A massacre here led the Hawke government to give permanent residency to many Chinese students
Which is the odd one out? Assimilation, integration, segregation
The feeling of being in an unfamiliar culture is sometimes called 'culture_____'
Opposite of 'multiculturalism'
Whitlam's Minister for Immigration, Al ________
Actions agreed on by both parties are said to have _______ agreement
In 1975 the Whitlam government passed the Racial _____________ Act
Controversial historian Geoffrey _______ argued that multiculturalism threatened Australia's social cohesion
Prime Minister Keating introduced ______ detention for asylum seekers
'We will decide who comes to this country and the ______ in which they come'
PM Howard proposed the '______ solution'
Since 2001 most asylum seekers have come from Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and _____
'One Nation' was a party opposed to Asian immigration and led by Pauline ___
The 2001 _____ crisis revolved around the rescue of asylum seekers aboard the 'Palapa'
Pacific island to which Coalition and Labor governments have sent asylum seekers
The 'children _____ ' controversy concerned SIEV 4, or the Olong, and HMAS Adelaide
The Vietnam War was part of the wider '_____ War'
Year in which the Vietnam War ended with the reunification of North and South
The 1954 battle of Dien Bien Phu saw the ejection of the ______ from Vietnam
Viet Cong's style of fighting
American involvement in Vietnam was prompted by the ______ Incident
Australian involvement in Vietnam owed much to its subscription to the _____ Theory
Number of Australians killed in Vietnam, to nearest 100
The ____ Offensive is seen as a turning point in the Vietnam War
Capital of South Vietnam
After their victory, the Communists sent many South Vietnamese to ______ camps
Asylum seekers who are found to be in genuine danger in their homeland are called _____
Those who flee their country in the hope of being recognised as refugees are classed initially as ______ seekers
The first 'boat people' since World War II came from _____ in the 1970s
____ Le is a fine Australian writer who was born in Vietnam
_____ frequently attacked Vietnamese boat people
Among all nations, was Australia 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th in the number of Vietnamese boat people it accepted?
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