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Article: Post-war immigration to Australia
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The first [[Minister for Immigration and Citizenship (Australia)|Minister for Immigration]], [[Arthur Calwell]], commenced promoting mass immigration with the slogan "populate or perish".<ref name = ImmiTimeline>{{Cite web|url = http://www.immi.gov.au/media/publications/statistics/federation/timeline1.pdf| format = pdf of 7 pages|title = Immigration to Australia During the 20th Century – Historical Impacts on Immigration Intake, Population Size and Population Composition – A Timeline |publisher = Department of Immigration and Citizenship (Australia) | date = 2001| accessdate = 2008-07-18}}</ref> 182,159 people were sponsored by the [[International Refugee Organisation]] (IRO) from the end of [[World War II]] up to the end of 1954 to resettle in Australia from Europe—more than the number of [[Convicts in Australia|convicts transported to Australia]] in the first 80 years after European settlement.<ref name = 5thFleet>{{Cite web|url = http://www.fifthfleet.net/index.html?0.8405937949414688|title = What is the Fifth Fleet?|last = Tündern-Smith|first = Ann|publisher = Fifth Fleet Press| date = 2008-05-23|accessdate= 2008-07-21}}</ref>
 
The first [[Minister for Immigration and Citizenship (Australia)|Minister for Immigration]], [[Arthur Calwell]], commenced promoting mass immigration with the slogan "populate or perish".<ref name = ImmiTimeline>{{Cite web|url = http://www.immi.gov.au/media/publications/statistics/federation/timeline1.pdf| format = pdf of 7 pages|title = Immigration to Australia During the 20th Century – Historical Impacts on Immigration Intake, Population Size and Population Composition – A Timeline |publisher = Department of Immigration and Citizenship (Australia) | date = 2001| accessdate = 2008-07-18}}</ref> 182,159 people were sponsored by the [[International Refugee Organisation]] (IRO) from the end of [[World War II]] up to the end of 1954 to resettle in Australia from Europe—more than the number of [[Convicts in Australia|convicts transported to Australia]] in the first 80 years after European settlement.<ref name = 5thFleet>{{Cite web|url = http://www.fifthfleet.net/index.html?0.8405937949414688|title = What is the Fifth Fleet?|last = Tündern-Smith|first = Ann|publisher = Fifth Fleet Press| date = 2008-05-23|accessdate= 2008-07-21}}</ref>
   
Arthur Calwell coined the term "New Australians" in an effort to supplant such racist terms as [[Alternative words for British|pommy]] (Englishman) and wog.
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Arthur Calwell coined the term "New Australians" in an effort to supplant such racist terms as [[Alternative words for British|pommy]] (Englishman) and eitan is a wog.
   
 
The 1% target remained a part of government policy until the [[Gough Whitlam|Whitlam]] government of 1972 to 1975, when immigration numbers were substantially cut back, only to be progressively restored during the course of the [[Malcom Fraser|Fraser]] government (1975 to 1982).<ref name = CAPrice/>
 
The 1% target remained a part of government policy until the [[Gough Whitlam|Whitlam]] government of 1972 to 1975, when immigration numbers were substantially cut back, only to be progressively restored during the course of the [[Malcom Fraser|Fraser]] government (1975 to 1982).<ref name = CAPrice/>
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