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  • First Fleet

    First Fleet
    The first fleet arrived at Botany Bay between 18 and 20 January 1788 at Australia “Sydney”. The ship was led by Captain Arthur Phillips and in the ship it consisted to around 1100 convicts in total. Including 28 wives and 17 children of the marines, 81 free persons, 504 male convicts and 192 female convicts.
  • Third Fleet

    Third Fleet
    Around March and April 1791 the third fleet has arrived. Carrying up to around 11 ships with over 2,000 convicts on board. The passengers varied level from the poor’s to the riches. Many aboard were chosen to become part of military and was sent to fill high positions in the colony.
  • Mak Sai Yings Arrival

    Mak Sai Yings Arrival
    Mak Sai Ying was the known Chinese born settler to Australia, arriving in 1818. Soon around June Australia started to accepted Chinese immigrants, as there weren’t enough people for Labor in New South Wales and also more people to come to Australia.
  • Gold Rush Begins

    Gold Rush Begins
    Feb 12th The first gold rush in Australia started in 1851 when prospector Edward Hargraves claimed the discovery of payable gold near Bathurst, New South Wales. Eight months later, gold was found in Ballarat and Bendigo in Victoria causing large influxes of prospectors.
    In the late 1880s through to the mid 1890s, there were discoveries of rich goldfields in Western Australia which caused more gold rushes.
    Australia's population grew from 400,000 to over 1,000,000 during 1845 to 1896 as a conseq
  • Immagrants arrive

    Immagrants arrive
    In 1852 , 370,000 immigrants arrived in Australia and the economy of the nation boomed. The 'rush' was well and truly on. Victoria contributed more than one third of the world's gold output in the 1850s and in just two years the State's population had grown from 77,000 to 540,000! The number of new arrivals to Australia was greater than the number of convicts who had landed here in the previous seventy years. The total population trebled from 430,000 in 1851 to 1.7 million in 1871.
  • World War I "North America"

    World War I "North America"
    America entered World War One on April 6th, 1917. Up to that date, America had tried to keep out of World War One – though they traded with nations involved in the war, America was introduced by the Germans on January 9th, 1917, was when the primary issue caused Woodrow Wilson the former commander to ask Congress to declare war on Germany on April 2nd. Four days later, America joined World War One on the side of there Allies. Many died during this process but it eventually passed.
  • World War I Ended " North America"

    World War I Ended " North America"
    It was a devestating ending for many and their families but they all got through.
  • World War II Starts

    World War II Starts
    In Europe, the war began with Hitler's attack on Poland, September 1st, 1939. England and France had defense treaties with Poland, and declared war on Germany two days later. The US and the Soviet Union were drawn into the war in 1941. The war in Europe and North Africa ended with Germany's surrendering in May, 1945. In most of Asia, the war began when Japan attacked China in 1937, but it was not until 1941 that the US and England entered the war against Japan, after the Japanese attacked Pearl
  • The War Goes On

    The War Goes On
    The Second World War in the Pacific and mainland Asia ended with Japan's acceptance of surrender terms in August, 1945, shortly after the US dropped two atomic bombs on Japan, one on the city of Hiroshima and, a few days later, another on Nagasaki.
  • Bombing

    The US and Great Britain contributed to the war effort in Europe greatly, by bombing Germany, and finally invading in June of 1944, less than a year before Germany collapsed.
  • World War II is over

    World War II is over
  • Vietnam's Migration

    Vietnam's Migration
    In late 1978, Indo-China degenerated into wholesale confrontation and a conflicted war began between Vietnam and Kampuchea (Cambodia) plus China. In December 1978, Vietnam attacked Kampuchea while in February 1979, Vietnam attacked Chinese forces in the north. These two conflicts produced a huge number of refugees . Most refugees or imagrants travels by air on a plane and either by boat. Many migrated from vietnam, because the number of refugee's came from vietnam.
  • Mordern Migration

    Mordern Migration
    mordern migration now it pretty easy, from cambodia to vietnam. All you do is to either get somone you know, relative or so to sponsor you to come here but not always does it work. Same as in Australia many attempted to come here when they go sponsered but then you might get a rejected notice.