CAMP 1 - TATURA INTERNMENT AND
Camp 1 Tatura Internment and POW Camp housed about 1,000 single male internees, mostly Germans and Italians.
In 1984, the new formed Tatura & District Historical Society identified the seven World War Two POW and Internment camps in the Tatura district of Victoria as being of significant historical importance for the district. The Society opened the Bill Doller Room in 1991 to house their collection on these camps.
POW AND INTERNMENT CAMPS IN THE TATURA DISTRICT
|Camp 2 Tatura Internment Camp||Camp 3 Rushworth Internment Camp||Camp 4 Rushworth Internment Camp|
|Camp 6 Graytown POW Camp||Camp 13 Murchison POW Camp||Dhurringile POW Camp|
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