After the War
Early Darwin was a town governed by a strict social hierarchy, the apex of which was the Government Resident who lived in Government House – a building which survived World War II bombing and Cyclone Tracy and is still evident today. Even so, Darwin was still a remote tropical outpost.
Des Nudl recalled.
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|1-Jan-2009||After the War||-||Nudl, Des|| Request Copy|
|1-Jan-2009||After the War economy stagnation||-||Liveris, Les|| Request Copy|
|1-Jan-2009||After the War, suburb of Fannie Bay||-||Frey, Ken|| Request Copy|
|1-Jan-2009||Arriving after the War||-||Wise, Frank|| Request Copy|
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|1-Jan-1942||Gordon's Don Hotel||-||-|| Request Copy|
|1-Jan-1950||Housing under construction||-||Gullick, Clem|| Request Copy|