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Australia in the 1950s and aboriginal life.
AUSTRALIA IN THE 1940s AND 1950s
Australia was a very different country from what it is today.
The population was much smaller and people were still recovering from the Second World War. Australia's population was only about 7 500 000, less then half of what it is today. 90% of the Australian population had been born here and most were descended from the English, Irish or had a Scottish background.
The immigration scheme which began after the Second World War did not greatly change the cultural mix of the population, for initially it only involved British migrants.
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