4 edition of Oxford companion to Australian history found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Australian history|
|Statement||edited by Graeme Davison, John Hirst, Stuart Macintyre, with the assistance of Helen Doyle, Kim Torney.|
|Contributions||Davison, Graeme, 1940-, Hirst, J. B., Macintyre, Stuart, 1947-|
|LC Classifications||DU110 .O93 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 716 p. :|
|Number of Pages||716|
|LC Control Number||2001326048|
The Oxford Companion to Australian Military History (2 ed.) Peter Dennis, Jeffrey Grey, Ewan Morris, Robin Prior, and Jean Bou 'War has been one of the defining forces in Australian history Participation in war, whether actively in the armed forces or on the home front, or in opposition to a particular war, has shaped the lives of successive generations of Australians in the twentieth . OXFORD COMPANIONS - CHECKLIST Series Note: "Oxford Companions is a book series published by Oxford University Press, providing general knowledge within a specific first book published in the series was The Oxford Companion to English Literature (), compiled by the retired diplomat Sir Paul Harvey." -- Wikipedia Title The Oxford Companion to Aboriginal .
The Oxford Companion to Australian History (Oxford Companions) The Oxford Companion to Australian History (Oxford Companions) This thoroughly revised Companion (first published in ) is immensely readable and entertaining with a range of curious and unexpected entries, such as those on duels, two-up, Vegemite, and the six o'clock swill. "The Oxford Companion to Australian History draws on the latest scholarship and covers the people, institutions, and events that have shaped Australian society, politics, and culture. It is edited by three of Australia's finest historians - Graeme Davison, John Hirst, and Stuart Macintyre - and includes contributions from scholars and writers throughout Australia.". "The .
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The Oxford Companion to Australian History draws on the latest scholarship and covers people, institutions, and events that have shaped Australian society, politics and culture. There are entries on politicians, colonisers, visionaries, newspaper barons, industrialists, explorers, writers, artists, and scientists.
There are numerous extended essays on key facets of the nation's life. rows Oxford Companions is a book series published by Oxford University Press. "The Oxford Companion to Australian History," revised edition, is edited by Graeme Davison, John Hirst, and Stuart Macintyre.
More than pages long, the book is full of alphabetically organized articles. The book's preface notes that the articles range in length from to words. The "Companion" is truly vast in scope.5/5(5). These words introduced the first edition of The Oxford Companion to Australian Military History in More than a decade later much has changed.
Australian forces are currently employed in widely dispersed operations around the world, in particular in Iraq, Afghanistan, Timor Leste and the Solomon Islands, and questions of defence, broadly Cited by: The Oxford Companion to Australian Military History (2 ed.) Peter Dennis, Jeffrey Grey, Ewan Morris, Robin Prior, and Jean Bou 'War has been one of the defining forces in Australian history Author: Peter Dennis.
This superb new companion provides a comprehensive account of the key events and personalities that have shaped Australian history. Approximately entries provide a wealth of information that will be invaluable to historians, students, and anyone interested in this country's fascinating history/5(3).
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"The Oxford Companion to Australian History draws on the latest scholarship and covers the people, institutions, and events that have shaped Australian society, politics, and culture. It is edited by three of Australia's finest historians - Graeme Davison, John Hirst, and Stuart Macintyre - and includes contributions from scholars and.
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A Dictionary of Australian Military History – from Colonial Times to the Gulf War () Gyngell; Allan, and Michael Wesley. "War has played a defining role in shaping New Zealand. From the destructive Musket Wars, the bloody culmination of centuries of Maori tribal warfare, to the New Zealand Wars, military activities were a feature of nineteenth-century New Zealnad, and their impact is still felt today.
During the twentieth century Pakeha and Maori stood shoulder to shoulder in New Zealand's greatest. This is a comprehensive guide to Australian military history, broadly conceived within a critical and analytical framework. Its entries. extend beyond standard categories such as battles, campaigns, biographies, and weapons, and encompass the structures of various parts of the defense force organization and their evolution, military language and customs, literature.
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