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Honest History Book.

Author: Alison Broinowski; David Stephens
Publisher: Chicago : University of New South Wales Press, 2017.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Broinowski, Alison.
Honest History Book.
Chicago : University of New South Wales Press, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alison Broinowski; David Stephens
ISBN: 9781742242781 1742242782
OCLC Number: 990544178
Notes: AcknowledgmentsIndex.
Description: 1 online resource (365 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; Title Page; Half Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Foreword: Julianne Schultz; 1. Introduction; David Stephens & Alison Broinowski; Part 1: Putting Anzac in its place; 2. Other people's war: The Great War in a world context; Douglas Newton; 3. 24 April 1915: Australia's Armenian story over a century; Vicken Babkenian & Judith Crispin; 4. Adaptable Anzac: Past, present and future; Carolyn Holbrook; 5. The Australian War Memorial: Beyond Bean; Michael Piggott; 6. 'We too were Anzacs': Were Vietnam veterans ever truly excluded from the Anzac tradition?; Mark Dapin. 7. Myth and history: The persistent 'Atatürk words'David Stephens & Burçin Çakir; 8. A century of bipartisan commemoration: Is Anzac politically inevitable?; Frank Bongiorno; 9. Anzac and Anzackery: Useful future or sentimental dream?; David Stephens; Part 2: Australian stories and silences; 10. Fires, droughts and flooding rains: Environmental influences on Australian history; Rebecca Jones; 11. From those who've come across the seas: Immigration and multiculturalism; Gwenda Tavan; 12. Bust and boom: What economic lessons has Australia learned?; Stuart Macintyre. 13. 'Fair go' nation? Egalitarian myth and reality in AustraliaCarmen Lawrence; 14. Australian heroes: Some military mates are more equal than others; Peter Stanley; 15. Hidden by the myth: Women's leadership in war and peace; Joy Damousi; 16. Settlement or invasion? The coloniser's quandary; Larissa Behrendt; 17. Our most important war: The legacy of frontier conflict; Paul Daley; 18. King, Queen and country: Will Anzac thwart republicanism?; Mark McKenna; 19. Australia's tug of war: Militarism versus independence; Alison Broinowski; 20. Conclusion; Alison Broinowski & David Stephens; Notes.

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