From the Maitland Mercury report:
Alek Schulha's book on Greta Migrant Camp tells the untold stories about the people who lived there.
The triumphs and tragedies, the racism and persecution, the everyday life in Greta Migrant Camp will be documented in a book set to be released later this year.
Former Fairfax journalist Alek Schulha has almost completed three years of interviews set to be printed in a powerful publication lifting the lid on what really went on in the camp.
This month marks the 67th anniversary of the opening of the camp. It closed in 1960 after more than 100,000 refugees passed through it escaping war torn Europe after World War II.
Full article available at Maitland Mercury, June 9, 2016.