Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Australian Historical Studies

‘Accurate to the Point of Mania’: Eyewitness Testimony and Memory Making in Australia's Official Paintings of the First World War
vol. 46 (1): 27-44
Australia's Global Memory Footprint: Memorial Building on the Western Front, 1916–2015
vol. 46 (1): 45-63
Marching to the Beat of an Imperial Drum: Contextualising Australia's Military Effort During the First World War
vol. 46 (1): 64-80
Mythologising the Dominion Fighting Man: Australian and Canadian Narratives of the First World War Soldier, 1914–39
vol. 46 (1): 81-99
William Morris Hughes, Empire and Nationalism: The Legacy of the First World War
vol. 46 (1): 100-118
WWI: Love & Sorrow
vol. 46 (1): 119-121
Australia Will Be There: Victorians in the First World War
vol. 46 (1): 122-124
Road to Recovery, Te Ara Haumanu
vol. 46 (1): 125-127
Broken Nation: Australians in the Great War
vol. 46 (1): 128-129
Before the Anzac Dawn: A Military History of Australia to 1915
vol. 46 (1): 129-130
Jungle Warriors: From Tobruk to Kokoda and Beyond, How the Australian Army Became the World's Most Deadly Jungle Fighting Force
vol. 46 (1): 130-131
Aborigines and the ‘Sport of Kings’: Aboriginal Jockeys in Australian Racing History. Revised Edition
vol. 46 (1): 131-132
Making Change Happen: Black and White Activists Talk to Kevin Cook about Aboriginal, Union and Liberation Politics
vol. 46 (1): 132-133
Australian Settler Colonialism and the Cummeragunja Aboriginal Station: Redrawing Boundaries.
vol. 46 (1): 133-134
The Black War: Fear, Sex and Resistance in Tasmania / The Last Man: A British Genocide in Tasmania
vol. 46 (1): 134-136
The Forgotten Rebels of Eureka
vol. 46 (1): 136-137
Restless Men: Masculinity and Robinson Crusoe, 1788–1840
vol. 46 (1): 137-138
Manly Affections: The Photographs of Robert Gant 1885–1915.
vol. 46 (1): 138-139
The Reef: A Passionate History. The Great Barrier Reef in Twelve Extraordinary Tales
vol. 46 (1): 139-140
A History of Canberra
vol. 46 (1): 140-142
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