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|Publisher:||HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd (March 1, 1984)|
He explores fracture lines in society such as differences between Catholic and Protestant, the hyper-patriotic and those with reservations about war, and the ways in which soldierly camaraderie carried through after the war to exclude women from roles other than submissive wife and mother.
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Home All Categories History Books The Australian people and the Great War. ISBN: 0170057658. ISBN13: 9780170057653. The Australian people and the Great War. by Michael McKernan.
Personal Name: McKernan, Michael, 1945-. Corporate Name: Australian War Memorial. Download Australians at war, 1885-1972 : photographs from the collection of the Australian War Memorial selected by Peter Stanley and Michael McKernan ; introduction by Michael McKernan. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.
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In The Australian People and the Great War, Michael McKernan wrote in 1984 that up until 1914 the German-Australians "had been admired and respected. But the Australians, so heavily committed to the war emotionally, needed to manufacture a war close at hand lest their knitting and their fund-raising be their only real war experience.
He's also an experienced ABC broadcaster. Dr McKernan was the National Archives' inaugural Frederick Watson Fellow in 1999. Dr McKernan's most recent book is an exploration of the impact of war on one Australian family over the 20th century. People in 1939 knew about war and innocent empire patriotism now had no part in Australia's response to war. Australia was a different country in 1939 from the place it had once been in the optimistic years of the early 20th century.
Book appears to have hardly been read and is in As new condition throughout. Reginal studies will test ssome of the generalization which abound in this bookas will studies of particulat classes and interest groups. Other Books From BibliOZ. The Darksword Trilogy: Doom Of The Darksword, Volume II by Weis Margaret; Hickman Tracy New Zealand Agriculture: A Story of the Past 150 Years ANTARCTIC BIRDS.
Historians Michael McKernan and Eric M. Andrews take a generally negative view of the experience of the AIF in Britain. 1 The chapter title ‘From Hero to Villain’ in McKernan’s The Australian People and the Great War summarises the argument. Andrews’s conclusions are almost as bleak: ‘the Australians had been transformed from heroes to criminals in the eyes of the British authorities’. 2 Both rely upon anecdotal evidence to support their conclusion that the meeting of the British with large numbers of young Australians led to mutual disillusionment.