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Hrubos, Ilona (1928 - )

Born
1 February 1928
Mahr, Sudetenland, Czechoslovakia

Summary

Mrs Ilona Hrubos was born in the town of Mahr, Schonberg in the Sudetenland, in 1928. At the end of the second world war she, like millions of others, became a refugee. She, her husband and child migrated to Australia, arriving in Fremantle on 1 January 1951. They lived first in the Northam migrant camp, moving to Glen Forrest in April of 1951.

Archival resources

JS Battye Library of West Australian History, State Library of Western Australia

  • Papers of Mrs Ilona Hrubos, MN 2052; Acc 5765A; Hrubos, Ilona (1928 - ); JS Battye Library of West Australian History, State Library of Western Australia. Details

Nikki Henningham

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