Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander volunteers for the AIF: the Indigenous response to World War One [fourth edition]

Philippa Scarlett SHOP:978098463880
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* Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised that deceased people are represented throughout this publication. *


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Volunteers for the AIF contains a referenced list of over 1,000 men of Indigenous heritage who volunteered for service during the First World War - the majority serving overseas. The accompanying discussion, with photographs, includes problems of identification and draws on the words of Aboriginal soldiers and community members plus contemporary non-Indigenous commentators and newspaper reports.

Soft cover, fourth edition, photographs, 166 pages.

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