The Treaty of Versailles is signed by Germany and the Allied powers, ending World War 1.
Hitler's first attempt to seize power in Germany is unsuccessful.
The New York Stock Exchange crashes, leading to the Great Depression.
The Enabling Act of 1933 gives Hitler dictatorial powers and his government the power to make laws and change the constitution.
Italy and Germany become allies in the Spanish Civil War.
Germany's annexation of the Sudetenland was permitted.
This provided Indigenous parents to contest the removal of their children. However, many Children's Courts were located far from Indigenous communities.
The Battle of Britain prevents a German invasion of Britain.
After the Allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord, the Allies advance towards Germany.
60,000 immigrants from 30 European nations are employed in this project.
Charles Perkins organised the Freedom Ride of 1965, inspired by similar civil rights action in America.
Indigenous workers walk off Vestey's cattle station at Wave Hill, demanding better pay and conditions.
In a national referendum, 90% of voters vote for Indigenous Australians to be included in the census and recognised as Australian citizens.
Anti-apartheid demonstrators protest at the matches of South Africa's national Rugby Union team.
The White Australia Policy is finally abolished by the Whitlam Labor government.
The Racial Discrimination Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of colour, descent, ethnicity or religion.
The Fraser government issued a report outlining key strategies to promote multiculturalism.
The High Court of Australia recognises Indigenous native title for the first time in the Eddie Mabo case.
A Norwegian cargo vessel, the 'Tampa', rescued refugees from their sinking fishing vessel. The government refused to allow the 'Tampa' to enter Australian borders and encouraged rumours that the refugees threw their children overboard.