All newspaper articles found in Trove, National Library of Australia.
Protests to the German Consul carried out by the South Coast branch of the Blacksmiths’ Society of Australasia, Southern District Miners, the Central Illawarra Sub Branch of the Federation Engine Drivers and Firemen’s Association, the Bulli Miners’ Lodge, the Kembla Heights Unemployed Unity Committee and the Workers International Relief branches of Wollongong, Fairymeadow, Fern Hill, Corrimal and Scarborough. The Workers Weekly (NSW) 21 June 1933.
A deputation from the Australian Aborigines League led by William Cooper condemning the cruel persecution of Jews and Christians in Germany sent to the German Consulate (Dr. R. W. Drechsler). The Argus (VIC) 7 December 1938.
Resolution carried out by the Women’s International League of Peace and Freedom, protesting the inhumane treatment of Jews in Germany. Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners’ Advocate (NSW) 18 April 1933
Council of Youth passed a resolution “protesting against the treatment of the Jews in the recent Nazi pogrom, and commending the Commonwealth Government for its promise to afford accomodation for 15,000 refugees. The Courier Mail (QLD) 8 December 1938
Deportation of Nazi German Consul-General in Australia Dr. Asmis demanded by the New South Wales Labor Council as a protest against the “atrocious pogroms against the Jews in Germany.” The motion was moved by the Australian Railways Union. The Workers Weekly (NSW) 22 November 1938
Fifteen people attend a deputation to the German Consul arranged by the Movement against War and Fascism, with protestors calling for the German Consul to be “sent back to Fascist Germany.” The Argus (VIC) 19 March 1938
Melbourne division of the Textile Workers’ Union forwards a resolution to the German consul protesting against the pogroms and mass murders by Nazis in their actions against trade unionist workers and Jews. The Age (VIC) 22 April, 1933
300 waterside workers carry out a motion “denouncing the murder and torture of workers (trade unionists, Communists, Socialists, Jews, Catholic workers, Liberals, etc.) by the Nazi murder bands.” The protest was sent to the German Consul in Sydney. The Workers Weekly (NSW) 24 March 1933
A petition to (then) Prime Minister Lyons calling for the Commonwealth Government to “protest against the Hitler pogrom” signed by Archbishop Head (Church of England) C. H. Book'(Chairman of Baptist Union’) E.Porter (Australian Youth Council) A. Burdeu (president of the Australian Aborigines’League) Constance Duncan (Secretary of the League of Nations Union) J. M. Atkinson (not clear) Herbert Burton (President of the Council for Civil Liberties) Nettie Palmer (poet, essayist and literary critic) Vance Palmer (novelist), Doris Blackburn (political activist and M.P). J. P.Chappie (Federal secretary of the Australian Railways Union) and Don Thomson (Secretary of Building Trades Federation). The Workers Weekly (NSW) 2 December 1938.
Union Leaders (including the secretary of the Sydney Ironworkers Union, state president of the Moulders Union and representative of the Australian Railways Union) condemn the actions against Jews by German Fascists. The Workers Weekly (NSW) 18 November 1938.
Melbourne protest against the persecution of Jews in Germany (submitted by future Premier and Acting Prime Minister W.A. Watt) with more than 1000 people present. £7000 raised in a relief fund for distressed families (including a personal donation of £5000 by Sidney Keith.) Messages of support received by the Anglican, Presbyterian, Baptist and Roman Catholic Churches, The National Council of Women, the Minister for Public Works and the President of the Legislative Council. The Argus (VIC) 28 April 1933.
Leading Melbourne citizens sign petition, sent to Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) and Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Hughes) urging Commonwealth Government to protest to Germany against Persecution of Jews. The Argus (VIC) 26 November 1938.
Former Prime Minister Harold Holt asks then PM Mr. Lyons whether the Commonwealth Government should associate itself with protests disapproving the brutal treatment of minorities in Germany. Warwick Daily News (QLD) 18 November 1938
National Missionary Council forward resolution to Prime Minister Lyons expressing deep sympathy with the Jews, and urge the Commonwealth Government to facilitate the admission to Australia of suitable Jewish refugees. The Courier Mail (QLD) 26 November 1938.