Displaying pages tagged german (10)
- Wieser FamilyThe Wieser family's migration experience, is one of statelessness and displacement, both during WWII and afterwards.
- Baron Ferdinand von Mueller, Botanist & Explorer (1825-1896)Baron Ferdinand von Mueller was was arguably Australia's most prominent 19th century scientist.
- Eva Schubert, German Migrant & ArtistIt was in Australia that Eva first began to carve, learning from her husband who was a wood worker who had trained under a master craftsman.
- Karl Friedrich Muffler, Pastry Chef & Confectioner & Wartime Internee (1900-1996)Karl Friedrich Muffler, was born 14 June 1900 in south-west Germany, he qualified pastry chef and confectioner in 1917.
- Georg Balthazar Neumayer, Scientist (1826-1909)In his seven years in Melbourne Georg Neumayer undertook and supervised an extensive system of meteorological and magnetic observations.
- Eugene von Guerard, Artist (1811-1901)Eugene von Guerard was born in Austria in 1811, lived in Australia from 1852-1882, and died in England in 1901.
- Heinrich Munzel - German Migrant & Master WoodworkerBorn in 1806 Heinrich Munzel was a master craftsman from Hanover, Germany.
- German FestCelebrating Victoria’s huge German community with a day of food, frolicking and fun. Festival activities included music and dance performanc...
- Karl MufflerKarl sat decorating cakes behind a barbed-wire fence. It was not the future he had imagined when he first arrived in Australia.
- German Migration to AustraliaAn Immigration Discovery Centre Reference Sheet on German migrants in Australia.