Anglo-Indian Stories IV

Interact with the Anglo-Indian Project

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Melbourne 2008, Zelma is interviewed by Lynne for the Anglo-Indian Heritage Centre collection. Zelma delights us with her candid life story and how she became a self published author. Zelma and Lynne discuss Anglo-India and the diaspora, a flood of A-I’s that left India in the 60’s and 70’s. This event changes the course of A-I history and divided family, friends and loyalties. Zelma’s book “The Anglo-Indian Australian Story….My Experience” is a collection of 19 true stories that will touch your heart and relates to the hardship of settling in new country after leaving Anglo-India.

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Interact with the Anglo-Indian Project

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