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Australian Biography Series - Professor Helen Hughes (1-Year Access)

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    Professor Helen Hughes was born into a Jewish family of social democrats in a small town in Czech-Bohemia. As a child she witnessed Hitler’s rise to power, escaping with her family to Australia. After Helen’s father died, her mother supported her studies at Melbourne University and the London School of Economics. Hughes served as Director of the Economic Analysis Department of the World Bank from 1968 to 1983, before returning to Australia to set up the Australian National University’s Development Studies Centre.

    (1996, 27 mins) A Film Australia National Interest Program.

    © National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.

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