HOLDSWORTHY GERMAN INTERNMENT CAMP
The largest internment camp in Australia during World War One was at Holsworthy, near Liverpool on the outskirts of Sydney. The camp held between 4,000 and 5,000 internees, most were either from the Austro-Hungarian empire, staff of German companies temporarily living in Australia, crews of vessels caught in Australian ports and naturalised and native born Australians of German descent. Prisoners were interned without trial, often without knowing their “crime”, and without the knowledge of their families.
German Internment Camp Guard's at Holdsworthy. N.S.W.
Lieutenant: 1142 James Martin JUDD. Carpenter, Marrickville, N.S.W.
Private: 463 - 3547 Arthur Bernard JONES. Blacksmith Labourer, Miller's Forrest via Raymond Terrace, N.S.W.
Private: 50947. Hilton Claude STEWART. Clerk, Singleton, N.S.W.
Under Construction: 17/07/2017-04/10/2017.