Children of The ANZACS
L E Pembroke
In 1939, Australia was an insular and unsophisticated society standing on the brink of the most turbulent decade in the countries history. Children of the ANZACS gives an authentic view of life in Sydney during this time, and demonstrates how Australian society evolved, with some difficulty but great optimism, into the golden years of the 1950s. Lois Pembroke gives an intimate glimpse of everyday life in another age which is now in danger of being forgotten. Softcover, photographs, 205 pages.