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Federation Frontline

£21.99

Product description

Paperback Signed First Edition, published in 2001 by the authors. Orange card covers decorated with photographs. titles on spine and front cover. Spine slightly torn at top. Front cover slightly sunned.

Very clean, tightly bound and readable.

This is the human story of World War Two in the Northern Territory of Australia. During the war Australians were told little of the truth about the desperate struggle on the Territory frontline. Later, the nation wanted to get on with the peace, not revisit the war. The conflict in Australia's north was pushed into a seldom explored recess of national memory. This provocative and perceptive new book focuses on the experiences of people who were there.

Item details

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Rarely Available in the UK
Author(s):
Forrest, Peter and Sheila
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
29.5 x 21 x 1 cms
Edition:
First, 2001
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
107
Publisher:
Author
Title:
Federation Frontline, A People's History of World War II in the Northern Territory

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Paperback Signed First Edition, published in 2001 by the authors. Orange card covers decorated with photographs. titles on spine and front cover. Spine slightly torn at top. Front cover slightly sunned.

Very clean, tightly bound and readable.

This is the human story of World War Two in the Northern Territory of Australia. During the war Australians were told little of the truth about the desperate struggle on the Territory frontline. Later, the nation wanted to get on with the peace, not revisit the war. The conflict in Australia's north was pushed into a seldom explored recess of national memory. This provocative and perceptive new book focuses on the experiences of people who were there.

Added value:
Rarely Available in the UK
Author(s):
Forrest, Peter and Sheila
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
29.5 x 21 x 1 cms
Edition:
First, 2001
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
107
Publisher:
Author
Title:
Federation Frontline, A People's History of World War II in the Northern Territory

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